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MUSIC HAS VALUE CONTRIBUTES TO MHA
8/2/22

BMLG Founder/President/CEO Scott Borchetta and his wife, BMLG’s EVP of Creative Sandi Borchetta, have issued a $150k grant to the Nashville-based Music Health Alliance.

The Borchetta’s contribution was issued to the organization through their Music Has Value fund. Established in 2015, the fund provided fifteen $10k grants to music programs throughout the U.S. in 2020 alone.

“For over 30 years, Scott and Sandi Borchetta have made a profound impact on Nashville and the music industry through their leadership, entrepreneurship, and philanthropic endeavors,” said Music Health Alliance Founder/CEO Tatum Allsep. “We are overwhelmed by their generous contribution today through their Music Has Value fund.”  

“Access to healthcare is something every human deserves and the work that Music Health Alliance does to help those working in music gain access to medicine, mental health resources or even COVID-19 relief, is nothing short of heroic,” added Scott and Sandi Borchetta. “We are proud to know that this Music Has Value grant will provide healthcare to so many people in our music community.”

The announcement comes days before the second annual Big Machine Music City Grand Prix takes over downtown Nashville. The three-day event will bring out Big Machine acts like Tim McGraw, Carly Pearce, Brantley Gilbert and Midland to perform throughout the weekend.

For more info on the Music Has Value, click here.

Seen above before celebrating with a platter of hot chicken are (l-r) Sandi Borchetta, MHA’s Shelia Shipley Biddy, Scott Borchetta and Allsep.