Here's Your Chance to Meet the Stars!

Here's Your Chance to Meet the Stars!

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August 12, 2019

Nashville, TN – Music Health Alliance (MHA) is excited to announce exclusive experience auctions with Elton John, Rosanne Cash and Amy Grant and Vince Gill, available for bidding through August 15 via CharityBuzz.com benefitting MHA as part of Heal The Music Day.
 
The highest bidder for each of the auction experiences below will be rewarded with one-of-a-kind experiences not available anywhere else:
 
Cleveland Music Experience with 2 prime seats to the Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road final tour on November 11th at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, along with the exclusive V.I.P. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Vault Access and 2 nights at the elegant Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.
 
This is a dream come true for every Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash and Cash Family Music Fan! Attend the Johnny Cash Heritage Music Festival in Arkansas from October 17-19, 2019 with this exclusive access opportunity where you will meet Rosanne Cash at the headlining concert on Saturday and mingle with she and other family members at the Friday evening "Supper Station" during this family music celebration in Johnny Cash's hometown of Dyess, Arkansas.
 
The elegant Christmas in Nashville Experience will include a meet & greet with Amy Grant and Vince Gill and two great seats to their beloved and always sold-out show, Amy Grant and Vince Gill Christmas at the Ryman Concert, in Nashville on December 15, 2019! Also included in this experience are VIP passes to the Iconic Country Music Hall of Fame and passes to the World Famous Johnny Cash museum, along with a two-night stay at the historic Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville.
 
Learn more about these amazing experiences, place bids now, and support MHA and Heal The Music Day at charitybuzz.com and find the latest auction offerings at Facebook.com/MusicHealth Alliance.
 
The auctions will benefit Music Health Alliance in support of its mission to PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT members of the music community with medical and financial solutions.
 
Since founding in 2013, Nashville-based non-profit Music Health Alliance has:

  • Supported our creative community across 39 states and every genre of music
  • Spared 541 families from bankruptcy due to a medical crisis
  • Provided 8 patients with access to transplants including heart, lung, kidney and liver
  • Facilitated access to over 200 trauma counseling sessions for Las Vegas shooting survivors and their families
  • Served 10,000 members of the music community nationwide
  • Saved over $47,000,000 in healthcare costs including insurance premium savings, medical bill reductions and discounted medications

Music Health Alliance provides free healthcare support and advocacy to songwriters, artists, musicians and music industry professionals at every stage of their career. Thanks to the direct efforts of MHA, members of the music community across the country have gained access to lifesaving transplants, medicine, mental health resources, end of life care and many other medically necessary services. In addition to the priceless advocacy work undertaken by the 9-person team, individual and corporate donations allow MHA to underwrite services including dental care and mammograms for uninsured clients and grants for mental health care via The Jack Pot, named for Cowboy Jack Clement. In addition, the Ben Eyestone Fund, founded in partnership with the late drummer’s family and St. Thomas Health, has saved 18 lives in 2018 by providing access to diagnostic testing and follow-up treatment. Another 13 clients with non-life-threatening medical needs have received exams, diagnoses and treatment, all covered by the Ben Eyestone Fund resulting in zero medical debt. Since 2013, Music Health Alliance, the only non-profit named to Billboard’s 2019 Nashville Power Players, has saved over $47 Million dollars in lifesaving healthcare and insurance premiums and served over 10,000 people in the music community across 39 states and every genre of music. Learn more at musichealthalliance.com.
 
(Source: Monarch Publicity)
 

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