Music Helps

A non profit organization offering outreach programs that utilize the healing and enrichment benefits of music

Our Mission

Music Helps is a non profit organization offering outreach programs that utilize the healing and enrichment benefits of music alongside providing leadership and employment opportunities for women in the music industry

We Believe

in the healing properties of music and how through music we can heal ourselves and those around us

Programs

Music Helps Trauma

Music Helps will be partnering with Helping Hand Home in Austin, Texas to offer a music outreach and enrichment program for the children and staff of the home. This program will consist of monthly musical concerts provided by local ATX musicians & also be coupled with a 6 week creative mentoring program. Providing healing through music for those suffering from trauma while offering employment opportunities for local musicians.

Music Helps Women

Music Helps Women will provide an artistic development program to encourage to encourage women in leadership roles with in the music industry. Nurturing our female artists to achieve their potential and fulfill their purpose in music and beyond. Our aim is to provide unique and individual career plans for each female artist that are realistic and create longevity in their music career. 

Recent News

Good Day Austin Interview
March 5, 2024


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Our first SHE RISES was EVERYTHING & more!


IT BEGAN WITH AN EIGHT-MEMBER INDIGENOUS CHOIR OFFERING A BLESSING AND SONG AND ENDED WITH NEARLY EVERYONE IN THE AUDIENCE SINGING, DANCING AND PAYING HOMAGE TO THE SPIRIT AND STRENGTH OF TINA TURNER AND ALL THAT SHE EXEMPLIFIED FOR FEMALE LIBERATION. AND, A GREAT DEAL HAPPENED IN BETWEEN.

Andrea Magee’s inaugural International She Rises Music Fest came to Taos to create a bond and sense of community to uplift and empower women. “I am completely over the moon with the response,” commented Magee the day after the final events (yoga and a self-defense class) took place at Kit Carson Park. “People came to me with tears in their eyes and told me it was deep and meaningful, that it was something healing. Women commented that they loved being part of something so powerful.”