Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 24, the Touring Professionals Alliance Kitchen will operate once a week through Wednesday, March 24 in Nashville. Participating restaurants include Audrey, helmed by chef Sean Brock, and Chaatable, helmed by chef Maneet Chauhan.
This is the latest step in CMA’s ongoing Music Industry COVID Support (MICS) initiative. CMA’s $3 million long-term COVID-19 commitment began in early 2020 and has supported Music Health Alliance, Musically Fed, MusiCares, Notes for Notes, Porter’s Call and The Store.
“Live music touring professionals are like family members to us, and we are honored to partner with the Touring Professionals Alliance to contribute to their efforts,” says Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “The aid provided through the Touring Professionals Alliance Kitchen goes so much deeper than simply offering meals to industry professionals in need—TPA has created an environment for our friends to come together for a brief moment of relief in what has been an incredibly difficult year.”
For more information on the relief efforts and for specifics on dates and locations for meal distribution, visit TouringProfessionals.com.
Music industry professionals interested in receiving a meal through the program must register in advance.
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