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Save our Stages! – click here to write a letter to our Illinois representatives

Jeff Tweedy calling for reparations in the music industry…

Music Industry Groups Launch Campaign Seeking Fair Trade For Music In Global Markets

Music Industry Trades – 10 out of 12 do NOT employ and black women

Despite COVID there are new music albums, and one is co-produced by Sturgill Simpson

ATTENTION: Production Folks! Live Nation is rolling out a financial support plan within the next week. Keep an eye on their website!

SAG AFTRA unemployment seminar – (requires RSVP)

House Passes $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package With Benefits for Music Workers

The Stimulus Deal Gives the Music Industry a Fighting Chance– Rolling Stone

Lost Income Due To COVID-19? Here Are Grants And Resources For Artists And Nonprofits

Businesses that are hiring now (non music)

Resources for organizations and individuals impacted by cancellations due to the COVI19 outbreak

COVID-19 Arts Community Resources Page by The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCASE)

Billboard has compiled a state by state resource guide for professional musicians who need help

Out Of Work Due To Coronavirus? Here’s How To Get Unemployment Benefits, Rent Relief And More

Arts U: Arts and Culture Sector and the Coronavirus: What we Know and How to Move Forward

As the coronavirus continues to develop, it’s important that Local Arts Agencies and arts and culture organizations consider their preparedness, prevention, and response. Join us and a panel of arts leaders as we discuss how the arts and culture sector can prepare for the Coronavirus in the United States.artsu.americansforthearts.org

Chicago Businesses Currently Hiring

If you are in need of some part time work outside the music industry, give this list a look.

COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations | NEA

Protect Musicians & Entertainment Workers

Musicians and other entertainment workers are uniquely impacted by coronavirus. This pandemic has pushed the entire entertainment industry into an unprecedented crisis. Live concerts, theatrical productions, club dates, and recording sessions have been shut down. This has meant an overnight loss of work for entertainment workers—leaving thousands unable to pay for rent or food andContinue reading “Protect Musicians & Entertainment Workers”


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