The 64th Annual GRAMMY Week Event will also feature a never-before-seen painting of Jimmie Hendrix by MusiCares Person Of The Year 2022 Honoree Joni Mitchell.
The hit-making singer/songwriter discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to an unexpected internal journey and his most personal music yet.
This Season of Giving, get involved with and support MusiCares by hosting a personal fundraiser in support of our second annual Help for the Holidays program.
For the second year, MusiCares is distributing aid to music professionals in need to cover essentials this holiday season via its Help for the Holidays program.
MusiCares hosted a panel of music industry professionals to discuss the importance of mental health prioritization for artists and executives at A3C's 2021 virtual conference.
Guitarists Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison gear up to raise awareness for mental health treatment and celebrate vinyl albums with their third "ABOVE GROUND" benefit concert.
MusiCares, in collaboration with Vivid Seats, distributed aid to music industry professionals impacted by Hurricane ida in Louisiana, New Jersey and New York.
The annual MusiCares Health & Wellness Survey, a music industry-focused initiative, aims to better understand the circumstances and well-being of individuals who are earning their living by working in music.
Professional musicians are almost four times more likely to suffer noise-induced hearing loss than the average person. Here's how to stop hearing loss before it's too late.
BTS' splendid ensembles will be auctioned off alongside Dolly Parton's 2019 MusiCares Person Of The Year dress and other artifacts during the 64th GRAMMY Week—and all proceeds will benefit MusiCares.
In observance of Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day, MusiCares is highlighting five ways women can reduce their risk of advanced stage breast cancer through prevention and early detection.
Experiencing hearing loss as a musician—or anyone, for that matter—can be a life-changing ordeal. But there's hope via MusiCares, who offers programs centered around hearing health and damage prevention.
Many canards about addiction are out there—that the victim has to want help, that their family needs to take a backseat. Those aren't true, says Randal Lea, the Chief Community Recovery Officer at Cumberland Heights.
Brian Mackey's unflinching song about his son's fatal overdose, "Saturday Night Sleeping," swerves around self-pity and achieves majesty. The recovering addict has dealt with even more death since then—and shares his tips for developing healthy habits in spite of it all.
The Recording Academy will miss MusiCares' senior director Harold Owens, who provided selfless service to the Academy for 22 years. Below, he opens up at length about the arc of his career and the challenges on the radar for music creators.