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Kristian Bush Joins Forces with MusicCares


Kristian Bush will host a MusiCares Foundation fundraising campaign in conjunction with his 15th Annual Thanksgiving Shows at Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta Nov. 27th and 28th. A $10 donation counts as one contest entry, with a grand prize for two that includes roundtrip airfare to Atlanta, hotel stay, tickets to the Eddie’s Attic shows and the opportunity to hang out with Bush at sound check. Enter here.

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Kristian Bush and Charlie Worsham Join CMA Foundation in Washington to Advocate for Music Education

(l-r) Thomas Burr, National Press Club President; Charlie Worsham; Kristian Bush; Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer; and Joe Galante, CMA Foundation

(l-r) Thomas Burr, National Press Club President; Charlie Worsham; Kristian Bush; Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer; and Joe Galante, CMA Foundation

Country stars Kristian Bush and Charlie Worsham participated in various events across Washington, D.C. Wednesday ahead of their involvement with the National Association for Music Education’s annual Hill Day advocating for music education on behalf of the CMA Foundation.

Their first stop was The National Press Club, where Bush and Worsham entertained the crowd of journalists and fans with an acoustic performance. They were joined by CMA Chief Executive Officer Sarah Trahern and CMA Foundation Board Chairman Joe Galante for a panel discussion about the organization’s trip to the Hill. The panel was moderated by National Press Club President Thomas Burr.

Later in the evening Bush and Worsham participated in the CMA Songwriters Series, also featuring songwriter Jim Collins, for a full house at the Library of Congress’ Coolidge Auditorium. Special attendees included Congressman Marsha Blackburn (TN), Congressman Jim Cooper (TN), and Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX).

On Thursday the pair met individually with various state and national representatives for Hill Day to reinforce the need for all students to have access to quality music education programs in schools.

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Brandy Clark, Kristian Bush and MORE Help Kick-off #MusicCaresChallenge

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The MusiCares Foundation®, a charity of The Recording Academy®, is launching a grassroots social media campaign, dubbed the #MusiCaresChallenge, to raise funds for its critical assistance and healthcare programs aimed at supporting members of the music community in times of need. In the spirit of giving back to music, the campaign invites artists and fans to post a photo or video with their favorite album, using the hashtag #MusiCaresChallenge, make a donation to MusiCares®, and tag five friends to do the same. The monthlong challenge runs through July 4 and has already garnered the support of celebrities such as Demi Lovato, the Avett Brothers, Backstreet Boys, Kristian Bush, Brandy Clark, Andra Day, the Lumineers, and Troye Sivan, among others. Watch an exclusive #MusiCaresChallenge video here.

With a top four-star rating from Charity Navigator, MusiCares is the go-to charity among the music community, earning the support of industry heavyweights familiar with the foundation’s good works. Designed to be more accessible, the grassroots nature of the #MusiCaresChallenge is intended to raise greater awareness about the importance of supporting music makers among the broader community of music fans. For additional information, please visit

“As the music industry’s Red Cross, MusiCares is rooted in the collective spirit of the creative community, whose members have an unspoken bond and self-imposed sense of duty to one another as brothers and sisters in music,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of MusiCares and The Recording Academy. “I’m humbled by the gesture made by my longtime friend and comrade, Tom DeSavia, who truly personified the spirit of MusiCares when he took it upon himself to launch this grassroots fundraising campaign in 2014.”

Established in 1989 by The Recording Academy, MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical, and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community. Since its inception, MusiCares has provided more than $43 million in direct financial assistance to music people in times of crisis. In that time, the charity has served nearly 80,000 clients through its programs and services.

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