SHOP YOUR SUPPORT! Black Friday deals have hit our Merch store. From now until 11/30 at 11:30pm, buy $50 worth of #SweetMerch and get $10 OFF!! Perfect time to get that music lover in your life the perfect gift, and maybe pick something else for yourself too.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING from Team Sweet Relief!
We're so grateful to those that have supported us and our efforts to help the music industry during one of the most devastating events of our lifetime. Every single dollar donated to our COVID-19 Fund is used to help those that are struggling due to loss of work or sickness. THANK YOU to everyone that donated, and to those that have supported in many other ways. We cannot do this without YOU!
#GivingTuesday is December 1st! We invite you to join us in raising much needed funds and awareness for our COVID-19 Fund, which helps music industry professionals that are struggling due to loss of work or sickness. To learn more, and get involved, please visit the link below.
ARISE Online continues on Thursday, December 3 with innovative electronic duo Melody Lines for a high-quality online concert experience.
Tickets start at only $10 with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Sweet Relief!
Want to do some good this holiday season? #GivingTuesday is the perfect time to do something charitable! Please join us in raising much-needed funds and awareness for our COVID-19 Fund. Check out the link below to learn how you can get involved.
Los Angeles, CA, Nov. 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Acoustik Attak announced a partnership with Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, maker of the innovative Attak and Ambush guitar picks. Sweet Relief agreed to the partnership after vetting the new invention with its guitar and bass-playing supporters.
The arrangement provides a discount code for 25% off retail on the new picks. Even better, 25% of the sale goes straight to Sweet Relief to support its mission to give financial assistance to artists and music industry workers struggling to make ends meet, including those affected by COVID-19. (See full details here).
Music is here to stay, and some Texas musicians are here to prove it. Check out Walker Lukens perform songs as part of Jack Daniel's Lone Star Sessions Live at iconic ACL 3Ten venue! Tune in at the link below.
The series is benefitting our COVID-19 Fund and it's mission to support music industry professionals that are struggling during the pandemic. Text JACKLOVESTXMUSIC to (202)-858-1233 to learn more and donate.
Music isn’t going anywhere, thanks to artists, Jack Daniel’s, and you. The events of this year have been an unparalleled pain-in-the-you-know-where, with musicians being some of the hardest hit folks in the entire economy. But as we all know, Texans aren’t exactly fond of cashing in their chips when they face a run of bad luck. Oh contraire - Texas creatives have been pushing forward through 2020 with the stubborn gusto for which the state is well known. Whether it be playing a concert online or writing songs about life in quarantine, artists are doing their damndest to come out of this with a story to tell. They’ve been able to power through all of this with the help of ever supportive music fans, as well as vitally important programs like Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.
Vuse and Rolling Stone announced a series of rooftop concerts throughout three of New York’s boroughs in celebration and support of its local music scene. Cold War Kids, Elle King, and Oddisee will play exclusive sets atop buildings in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens with a livestream of each set streaming exclusively at www.rollingstone.com/rooftopsessions, and hosted by SNL’s Chloe Fineman. Join us as we come together to bring live music back to New York City and support the music community, in partnership with Sweet Relief Musicians Fund and Musicians Foundation.
“Live music is the heart of New York City, and we couldn't think of a better way to safely bring music back to New York than to stream live shows from some incredible rooftops in three of the City’s boroughs for adult fans to enjoy from the safety of their homes,” said Gus Wenner, President and COO of Rolling Stone. “Special thanks to Vuse for helping us make this happen, and for their support of not only the local music scene in New York, but the national music scene, through Sweet Relief and Musicians Foundation.”
As we all know, the world has been shocked by the devastating effects of the pandemic. We at Sweet Relief, are aware of the enormous medical and financial burden that COVID-19 is having on the music community and we are actively taking steps to provide assistance where it’s needed most.Due to massive cancellations, artists like Rochelle Rabouin are struggling to find the means to make ends meet during these unprecedented times. We wanted to shed some light on her story and how supporting Sweet Relief’s efforts goes such a long way. Read her Q & A below.
Each week, we help several musicians and music industry workers with their financial struggles. It's because of YOU, our donors, that we are able to continue doing this important work.⠀
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