The Music Modernization Act was signed and I have the great pleasure and opportunity to be a part of the conversation for what’s next.
The Music Modernization Act is indeed a milestone achievement, but Congress can continue to have a tremendous impact on the livelihoods of the music community.
I’m sure we all can agree that Music has been there for each of us in so many ways. For me, it was playing the saxophone in high school to deal with my on again/off again health issues. But I didn’t know I was in love with music until I dated a guy who was a Dj who exposed me to so much more. That whole group of friends (DJ’s, musicians, music lovers!) inspired me on the daily and I am SO EXCITED that this impacts people I care about! Then, I found sound healing, and my relationship to music evolved into the most intimate of love affairs. It’s the impact of what I do in Sound Healing that is propelling me into being a part of this bigger conversation.
Tomorrow, a group from the Recording Academy and I have the opportunity to meet with Representative John Lewis to be a part of the conversation around legislation that supports music makers. I look forward to sharing more with you tomorrow... for now... I’m going to let this sit. Stoked to be a part of this! EPIC!