Music Health Alliance celebrates third Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda


Music Health Alliance (MHA) recently held its third annual Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda fundraising event at Nashville’s Cannery Hall. The evening featured performances from renowned artists and songwriters Ashley McBryde, Vince Gill, Natalie Hemby, and Aaron Raitiere. Hosted by Ashley Eicher, the sold-out event successfully raised over $100,000 in support of the nonprofit’s healthcare programs and advocacy services for the music industry.

Tatum Allsep, Founder & CEO of Music Health Alliance, expressed gratitude towards the artists and attendees, highlighting the blend of new songs and familiar hits that made the night both enjoyable and poignant. The funds raised contribute to MHA’s mission of providing free healthcare assistance and advocacy nationwide.

MHA’s team of 14 advocates diligently aids music professionals with a range of healthcare needs, from medical bills to mental health support. Since its establishment in 2013, MHA has assisted nearly 25,000 individuals in the music industry, resulting in over $127M in saved healthcare costs. Contributions from events like Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda, along with grants and donations, are essential to sustaining MHA’s vital services. With 86% of donations directly supporting programmes and services, every contribution greatly impacts MHA’s ability to #HealTheMusic, providing approximately $30 in healthcare resources for every $1 donated.



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