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Oct. 19: Heal The Music Day


As you know, all of Music Health Alliance's services are entirely free. Depending on where you are in your healthcare journey, you may have reached out to us for different reasons. For some, it is affordable insurance or understanding Medicare. For others, it is gaining access to doctors, medicine, dental care, and financial assistance to pay staggering medical bills. We walk beside you every step of the way in your battles to fight whatever ailment or accident has sidetracked you from your creativity.

This year is MHA's 5th Anniversary. During that time, we have saved over $33 million dollars in medical bills and reduced premiums serving over 8,400 people. Many of you said you wish you could help us at Music Health Alliance. Well, here is a way you can. October 19 is our second annual HEAL THE MUSIC DAY. Rodney Crowell is again leading the charge to raise awareness while creating a fund-raising opportunity that benefits Music Health Alliance. On October 19, 2018, we ask that people and places that benefit from music directly support us with a percentage of one day's proceeds. Whether it's at Tootsie's, a bar tab at a live music venue, a writer's round, restaurant, or an arena show, we ask for a minimum pledge of 5% of that day's earnings donated to Music Health Alliance so we can continue to heal the music. You do NOT have to do anything you are not already doing.

We need your help to spread the word. If you, or someone you know has been helped by this organization or if you believe in the work we are doing, we ask that you GIVE BACK to heal the music. For every $10 contributed, MHA can turn it into $300 in medical savings.


HEAL THE MUSIC DAY is the one day each year where those in the creative community and those who simply love music are joining forces to give back to an organization that gives to them each and every day thoughout the year.

  • Own a venue? Host an annual event in honor of MHA on October 19, 2018
  • Artist? Donate 5% of an already existing show on October 19 (or any show in 2018)
  • Bar or Restaurant Owner? Pledge a minimum of 5% of a venue's bar tab & restaurant profit on October 19th
  • Songwriter? Take Donations at a Writer's Night & Donate to MHA
  • Spread the word and ask for a commitment from others
  • Just want to help? Commit to pledge a specific donation amount - no amount is too small
  • Manager? Agent? Artist? Donate an experience with tickets/back stage passes to a show to create a unique experience for our charity auction
  • Volunteer to help with Outreach

Last year, Gary Allan, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice, Sam Bush, Earls of Leicester, Rosanne Cash, Jerry Douglas, Ronnie Dunn, Vince Gill, Miranda Lambert, Kathy Mattea, John Prine, Basement West & Basement East, Chris and Morgane Stapleton, Marty Stuart, Shawn Camp, Peter Frampton, Rachel Hester, John Prine, Mary Gauthier, Gene Watson, The Bluebird, Musicians Union, Dualtone Records, Rory Feek, NSAI, Warner Chappell Music, Radio Disney, Wiatr & Associates, Rodney Crowell and many others committed to lending their professional image and a percentage of their net earnings on (or in some cases, near) Heal The Music Day---raising over $250,000 to Heal The Music.

Do you want to donate or help in some other way? Let us know if you want to commit to our growing list of supporters by emailing Caitlin Crowell at MHA.


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