John Legend performs at MusiCares: Music On A Mission
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."
The new special featuring the never-before-seen Person of the Year event honoring Dolly Parton releases on Netflix April 7.
After raising $2.1 million dollars during the inaugural Music On A Mission virtual fundraiser, MusiCares continues to help those in need in the music community via financial support, expanded programming and more.
Featuring performances from HAIM, H.E.R., BTS, Jhené Aiko, John Legend and more, MusiCares' inaugural Music on a Mission event celebrated the wider music community and helped raise funds for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a recent MusiCares panel, healthcare workers and music industry giants analyze why COVID-19 has disproportionately hit Black communities—and what we can all do to reverse this problem.
The playlist features artists performing at the Music On A Mission GRAMMY Week 2021 event including Jhené Aiko, H.E.R., HAIM, BTS, and John Legend.
Taking place Friday, March 12, 2021, MusiCares' Music On A Mission, a first-of-its-kind virtual fundraiser and official GRAMMY Week event, will honor the resilience of the music community, which has been deeply impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Feb. 14 livestreamed benefit for MusiCares will feature members of Heart, Alice in Chains, Sade, Mark Lanegan Band and more.
MusiCares Executive Director Laura Segura pens a personal letter in response to some initial results from the organization's recent "Wellness in Music" survey and discusses how MusiCares is helping the music community through these difficult times.