Cool Cleveland – February 23, 2021 – Local Musicians Produce Charity Record to Help Independent Venues

The ’80s was the golden age of charity records, when large groups of musicians would come together to record a song, each taking a small chunk and joining together for the uplifting chorus of “We Are the World” or “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” usually to feed hungry people somewhere in the world. Lots of groups, including local musicians, picked up on those star-studded efforts.

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Cleveland Scene – April 13, 2020 – NEO Music Relief Fund Collecting Donations

Workers at Cleveland's concert clubs and the musicians who play those stages were among the first hit in the wave of coronavirus closures that have continued since Gov. Mike DeWine's first pandemic orders arrived in early March. To help alleviate at least some of the financial blowback, a group recently created the NEO Music Relief Fund, which is aiming to collect about $10,000 to distribute in $500 chunks to those in need.

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Radio OSU – April 15, 2020 – Relief Funds to Help Musicians During Pandemic

Many people are out of work right now and Northeast Ohio artists are among them. As shutdowns and layoffs continue, several local emergency arts funds are in the works. One of the first area efforts to get relief money into the hands of artists came in the wake of the first shutdowns. Cleveland Orchestra bassist Henry Peyrebrune saw the need for a quick response.

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