The music community continues to rally to take care of its own by donating to the health and human services organization, but more help is still needed.
Jewel spoke to the Recording Academy about the inspiration behind “Grateful,” how she’s coping through the pandemic, her mental health work and the inspiration behind it, how Johnny Cash is helping her find creativity and humor in her livestream series and more.
Every Friday, the series will feature archived live performances and concert films and will include interviews with members of the Dead community.
There's Calm, Headspace, Simple Habit, Smiling Mind, Shine and a lot of other apps focused on meditation and mindfulness—which one's for you?
Pickathon’s ‘A Concert A Day’ series will host 60 concerts in 60 days to benefit musicians and artists through MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The veteran record label and music publishing exec helped establish MusiCares' Safe Harbor Rooms since 1997 and was honored by the organization in 2012.
The UnCanceled Music Festival, Human To Human 2020 and Light In The Attic & Friends Live have also gathered stellar casts of musicians—from their homes—to share live music and benefit MusiCares.
We talk to the man who rocked living rooms everywhere for a good cause: "Even if there's only eight people in the room, act like you're playing Madison Square Garden."
The April 8 airing will feature at-home performances from Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Lady Antebellum, Vince Gill and more to benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Now more than ever it's important to let some energy out. Here are some livestream workouts you can follow during the quarantine.
Seattle-based archival label Light In The Attic is set to host a live charity concert featuring Ben Gibbard, Jim James and more, streaming this Friday.
Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin and Keith Urban join Rhett for this heart-filled song to benefit people in the music industry affected by the coronavirus crisis