MusiCares and the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary will sponsor free voice screenings for professional singers. Leaders in otolaryngology will provide individualized comprehensive voice screenings. These tests will be provided free-of-charge at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Appointments must be scheduled in advance. For information or to register, contact 212.245.7840, or email email@example.com.
World Voice Day
Sierra Tucson treatment center will present Integrative Approaches To Mental Health Treatment in Los Angeles. Featured speakers will include psychiatrist James Duffy, MD, chief of integrative medicine at Sierra Tucson; primary therapist Lisa Keller, MSC, LAC, NCC, CSAT candidate; Courtney Schuneman, PsyD, primary trauma therapist at Sierra Tucson; and James Seymour, MD, psychiatrist at Sierra Tucson. Space is limited and RSVP is essential by April 27. Cost is $85 with pre-registration or $110 at the door. Register online at www.sierratucson.com. For more information, contact Parastoon Barnajian at 800.408.9410. Six APA continuing education credits are available for attending this event. All proceeds will benefit MusiCares.
Join Nancy Sinatra and Don Randi as they present Celebrating Billy Strange, an evening featuring some of the world's greatest musicians and artists. Participating artists and musicians include Brian Auger; Jeff Babko; Hal Blaine; Chuck Berghofer; Tom Brechtlein; Clem Burke; Chuck Camper; Danny Carey; Travis Carlton; Lou Castro; John Daversa; John Depatie; Chris Desimone; Bernie Dresel; Brandon Fields; Ric Fierabracci; Mitchel Forman; Derek Frank; Bobby Furgo; Joey Heredia; Jamie Kime; Mike and Karen Landau; Val McCallum; Don Peake; Simon Phillips; Justin Randi; Leah Randi; Norman Randi; Jeff Richman; Chris Roy; Jamie Silver; Denny Tedesco; Mike Vernon; Dean Vincent; Jerry Vivino; Jerry Watts; Todd Wolfe; John Ziegler; and members of the Wrecking Crew.
Click here to purchase tickets. Proceeds from the event will benefit MusiCares.
MusiCares and Faith Family Medical Clinic are partnering to provide a free health clinic to uninsured or underinsured music professionals in need. Services will include a comprehensive physical exam, blood and laboratory tests and/or an examination related to a specific medical issue.
These services will be provided free of charge to pre-screened, pre-approved applicants on a first-come first-served basis. Those wishing to take advantage of this service must be able to document their work in the music industry for at least five years or have credited contribution to six commercially released recordings or videos (singles). Please call MusiCares at 877.626.2748 to schedule an appointment.
All recording artists know the stresses and issues that surface in a relationship due to weeks and months of touring or from long hours spent in the recording studio. The lives artists lead often take a toll on their marriages and families.
In an effort to come to recognize some of these issues, MusiCares and Porter's Call invite you to an evening of teaching and discussion centered on meeting these challenges in a creative, helpful and practical way. This will be an informal gathering led by Al and Nita Andrews. Al Andrews has been the director of Porter's Call for 12 years. Porter's Call, based in Franklin, Tenn., is a service of counsel and support for recording artists. Nita Andrews, who formerly worked at Porter's Call, now spends her time in her art studio and manages Creative Lectio, a series of groups that lead women through creativity exercises. To RSVP, call MusiCares at 615.327.0050, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Light snacks will be provided.