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STREAMING SERVICES AID MUSICARES FUND

Amazon Music, SiriusXM and Pandora, Spotify, Facebook, Tidal and YouTube Music will be contributing to MusiCares’ Covid-19 Relief Fund to support music-industry workers in need.

"The music community is in great need so the Recording Academy greatly appreciates the collective support and emergency aid that this coalition of music industry and tech leaders has provided,” said Interim President/CEO Harvey Mason Jr. “We hope these partnerships inspire other organizations to stand behind the music community in this time of great uncertainty. We continue to encourage our peers to embrace the collaborative power of music and to support impacted industry professionals in both trying and good times."

Since the fund’s establishment last week, MusiCares and the Recording Academy have raised millions more than the initial $2m that started the fund.

All Recording Academy Chapters have committed to fundraising in their local communities while  the Recording Academy has appealed to Congress to further protect musicians, performers, songwriters, and studio professionals feeling the impacted of the  pandemic.

To support the effort, click here.

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