Watch the Be Well: An Immersive Mental Wellness Workshop virtual event to learn more about how you can get on the path to being well.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month and the continued drive toward mental health action, MusiCares has outlined eight tips to help you practice mental health all year long.
The singer/songwriter sat down with MusiCares’ Erica Krusen, LMFT in an event in partnership with GRAMMY U to talk about mental health, women in the music industry and much more.
Ahead of her appearance on GRAMMY U and MusiCares’ conversation around mental health, students talk about how Phoebe Bridgers’ music is helping expand the mental health conversation.
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, here are some actions you can take to participate in the first-ever Mental Health Action Day.
The NFT was animated from a rare photo takeen by Charles Moriarty; proceeds from the NFT auction, set for Tuesday, May 18, will benefit MusiCares and the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
This Mental Health Awareness Month, MusiCares continues its mission to meaningfully support the well-being of those in the music industry through accessible weekly programming.
Featuring talks, panels and workshops with experts and musicians, MusiCares' programming for Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 is bringing awareness and support for mental health issues impacting music people.
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month 2021, the MusiCares team has compiled a playlist of their favorite pick-me-up songs, including tracks from Taylor Swift, Fitz and the Tantrums, Bill Withers and more.
Wax//Wane is releasing his Mike Shinoda-produced single "The Way Down," available for bidding for 24 hours starting Monday, April 26, via auction platform Nifty Gateway.
A group of nonprofits, brands and leaders have coalesced to launch the first-ever Mental Health Action Day, which will provide tools and resources to communities dealing with this crisis during COVID-19.
An article from Complex highlights the work of MusiCares and union SAG-AFTRA to connect artists with resources, and suggests most labels can do more to take care of their artists.
Katy Perry, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, Yolanda Adams and more delivered heartfelt, rhinestone-encrusted covers of some of country queen Dolly Parton's greatest hits during the lively hour-long special.
Andra Day, the star of The United States vs. Billie Holiday, and fellow musicians Michelle Williams, Lzzy Hale and Kelly Price convene for a powerful panel conversation on mental wellness, presented by MusiCares and Hulu.
"Suicide is not only one person's problem," the X Japan drummer tells GRAMMY.com. "The people around the person have to live with that pain, and I'm one of them."