Artists and members of the music industry alike have been hit from all sides during the current pandemic. TuneCore is no stranger to making artists lives easier via our platform, but as our artists are faced with a major challenge due to cancelled gigs/tours, part time jobs temporarily closing, and health concerns, we’ve drawn up some helpful resources that we encourage you to look into.
Whether you’re struggling financially, worried about the coming weeks, or simply want to give back to the music community yourself, take a look below and spread the good word.
A central source of support and advice for all UK musicians. A collaboration between Help Musicians, the Incorporated Society of Musicians, The Ivors Academy, the Music Managers Forum, the Music Producers Guild, the Musicians’ Union, and UK Music. Learn more here.
An emergency relief fund has been launched by UK’s performing rights society. Learn more here.
The Association for Independent Music (AIM), based in the UK, has put together an extensive guide for resources and FAQs for artists and small/medium sized music enterprises. Learn more here.
The MU has £1M fund for members with genuine and pressing hardship. Learn more here.
Help Musicians UK
Help Musicians UK is the leading charity for artist well being. They’ve launched a financial hardship fund in light of COVID-19. Read more here.
Artists are encouraged to keep up with the latest news and advice from UK’s National Heal Service. Read more here.
UK Government – Online Resources
Additionally, artists are encouraged to stay up to date with general guidelines and advice on their COVID-19-dedicated page. Learn more here.Tags: