Help Musicians UK
The music charity has supported 14,000 individuals in the industry through its various services and programmes, up 116 percent on last year.
Three ravers behind the Watch the Hype music blog have teamed up with venues around the country to launch #AllEars, a campaign to tackle tinnitus.
The scheme – which gives musicians access to a specialist hearing assessment and bespoke hearing protection worth £200 for just £40 – has expanded its criteria to include music journalists, producers, technicians and more.
Fast-rising independent artist Tyni has thrown her weight behind Help Musicians UK’s Music Minds Matter campaign.
Rising jazz talent Hannah Kay on the making of her debut LP and how an early love of Sonny Rollins and Cannonball Adderley kickstarted her tenor sax journey...
Rising Scottish tenor saxophonist Helena Kay is the latest recipient of the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award.
Idlewild are among the artists performing at a gig in Glasgow to support the opening of Help Musicians UK north of the border.
Looking to boost your music career in 2018? Get off to the right start by applying for support from Help Musicians UK’s Transmission Fund.
Some key findings on mental health and coping mechanisms for creatives…
11 emerging artists from across the UK have been chosen to receive funding to take their careers to the next level, supported by Help Musicians UK and MOBO Trust.