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MHA BENEFIT RAISES $125K
4/20/22

Music Health Alliance held its inaugural Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda event last night (4/19), raising 125k to support the Nashville-based non-profit’s free healthcare program and life-saving services.

Hosted by Country Countdown USA’s Lon Helton at City Winery, the event was headlined by HARDY, Randy Montana, Hunter Phelps and Jameson Rodgers, who performed songs in the roud that “coulda, shoulda, woulda” been a smash along with their biggest hits.

Based in Nashville, MHA has provided free healthcare advocacy and support to more than 18k music industry members across 49 states in the non-profit’s first nine years by providing access to medicine, mental health resources, COVID-19 relief, diagnostic tests, lifesaving transplants, end of life care and more.

Pictured above before jumping into a kiddy pool filled with Nashville’s finest hot chicken are Phelps, HARDY, MHA’s Founder/CEO Tatum Allsep, Rodgers and Montana.

Photo credit: Hunter Berry