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MUSICARES SETS UP STORM RELIEF FUND

The Recording Academy’s MusiCares has created a fund to support music people affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

MusiCares is offering assistance for a wide range of needs, including basic living expenses; medical expenses; clothing, instrument, and recording equipment replacement; relocation costs; home repairs; and more.

people seeking assistance can contact the South Regional MusiCares office toll-free at 877.626.2748 or apply online here.

Applicants must be able to document participation in one of the following areas: At least five years of employment in the music industry; at least six commercially released recordings or at least six music videos.

“Our previous relief efforts include assistance for victims of the Gulf Coast hurricanes, the Nashville floods and Hurricane Sandy,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO, Recording Academy/MusiCares. MusiCares is “truly grateful to the numerous artists, music industry professionals, and other organizations who are partnering with us to provide hope and help to those in need.”

MusiCares' services are completely confidential.  

 

 

 

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