CANCELED - Advocacy Town Hall
Due to the recent hurricane, we will need to cancel the Recording Academy Advocacy Town Hall in Miami on Sept. 14, but our progress toward District Advocate day on Oct. 18 will continue.
We extend our heartfelt best wishes to those affected by the recent hurricane, and want to remind you that MusiCares created a fund to support music people affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, and have expanded our resources to include victims of Hurricane Irma. MusiCares is offering assistance for a wide range of needs, including basic living expenses; medical expenses; clothing, instrument, and recording equipment replacement; relocation costs; home repairs; and more.
MusiCares' services are completely confidential, and people seeking assistance can contact the South Regional MusiCares office toll-free at 877.626.2748 or apply online atwww.grammy.com/sites/com/files/mc_disaster_relief_app.pdf. MusiCares is privileged once again to provide critical support to our music family.
Recording Academy Florida Chapter Presents:
Advocacy Town Hall
You are cordially invited to a special evening that will focus on important issues facing music creators today. Industry experts will discuss the Academy’s advocacy efforts, and what YOU can do to advance the interests of music creators.
Daryl P. Friedman, Chief Industry, Government & Member Relations Officer, The Recording Academy
Jon Secada, GRAMMY winner
Betty Wright, GRAMMY winner
Lee Levin, Florida Chapter Board President and GRAMMY/Latin GRAMMY winner
Michael Lewan, Director of Government Affairs
6:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception
7:30 p.m. Discussion
Complimentary limited bar and light snacks will be served.
Free Admission – open to the public with RSVP (first come-first served). Voting and Associate members will receive priority seating.