The final day of our survey

It’s the final day of our Musician’s Health and Wellbeing Survey and we wanted to say an enormous thank you to everyone that tweeted, shared, emailed, retweeted, tagged - even the good old fashioned word of mouth – to help us reach over 550 musicians.

The survey is already telling us a huge amount about musicians’ lives and the services they need.  It will also show us what we’re doing well and how we need to improve. We’ve hopefully reached a few more musicians that didn’t know about us and now feel that they can come to us, should they ever need help. We’ll also have a look at what you thought about our proposed 24 hour helpline.

Oh, and we’ll announce the small matter of the £100 ITunes vouchers winner on Monday 17 March!  

Another thing we found was that there are so many musical organisations that are genuinely committed to musicians and their health and wellbeing.

Here are just a few people that helped spread the word:


Shed SongsCM EditorsKarouselJazzUnsigned GuideMU

And most of all a huge thank you to all the musicians who took the time to share their experiences with us. Your feedback will go such a long way in helping us and we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any changes we make as a result.

You still have until 5pm today to complete the survey if you want to have your say.

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