Fund set up for musicians affected by COVID-19

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Posted at 10:07 PM, May 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-27 23:43:43-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — There is some music once again on Lower Broadway after Nashville entered the Phase 2 COVID-19 restrictions, but most musicians in Music City are still out of work.

To help musicians impacted by COVID-19, the Nashville Musicians Association has relaunched a relief fund for musicians impacted by COVID-19.

The fund was originally created after the 2010 Flood — when people donated more than $150,000 for musicians. The Nashville Musician's Association thinks Nashville will step up again.

Tap here for more information on how to donate to the tax-deductible Nashville Musicians Association Crisis Assistance Fund.

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