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Join us for our kick-off mixer!

We’re going to celebrate the start of two campaigns with you:

  1. Free 6 months membership
  2. ‘#MakingMusicIsAProfession’ activism campaign on social media

During the two hours we will have speeches by Grammy Award Winner 2016 Arturo O’Farrillthe Freelancers Union Caitlin Pearce, and other important people – plus live music by MFM members.

Member Benefits

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    An active online community of unified musicians
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    Discount on GigSalad and access to other booking resources
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    Free access to informative workshops with industry professionals
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    Explore, suggest, and rate music venues in your area
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    Directories of preferred rehearsal and recording studios
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    Business and legal guidance to help navigate the music business
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    Power in numbers! A bigger voice to advocate for your rights
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    Discount benefits on everyday needs (e.g. instruments, healthcare)
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    …… and much more!

Watch a preview of the first MFM workshop announcing our partnership with GigSalad.

Sign the petition.
Pass the act!


MFM and the Freelancers Union support each other and our causes. With over 6,000 signatures, this petition is gaining momentum – but we need everyone’s unified support!

MFM Announcements


9/13/2016 – Musicians For Musicians has officially launched with a new website, and new registrants are offered free membership through the end of 2016. Please register, spread the word and become active!


7/6/2016 – We are delighted to announce that pianist, composer, educator, founder and Artistic Director of the nonprofit Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, and grammy award winner Arturo O’Farrill has joined MFM’s board as of July 5.

Last night I attended MFM "friends" Brooklyn Raga Massive (BRM) Lincoln/Atrium great show. BRM is a very important music community in Brooklyn. Respect!

#MFM's #DooBeeDooBeeDooNY on-line music magazine has been supporting BRM for the last three years. As always their music presentation on stage was cool. I loved "india" best.

BUT that's not enough: the next step is that the BRM musicians "off stage" organize and fight for musicians' rights. Their rights! How about under the umbrella of #MFM and advocating together #MakingMusicIsAProfession?
The first step is already done by: Neel, Sameer, Arun, Trina, Michael, Adam, Ehren, Max ZT, Jayanthi and Ellen (see Neel picture below). All of them endorsed personally #MFM's visibility hashtag campaign. Thanks a lot!

From this coming Wednesday #MFM starts officially a 6 month free membership campaign. #MFM invites ALL BRM musicians to join our organization.

#MFM went to see this great show last night. BRM is a very important music community in Brooklyn. Their music presentation is cool but that's not enough: the next step is that the BRM musicians organize and fight for musicians' rights. How under the umbrella of #MFM and advocating together #MakingMusicIsAProfession?

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MFM expects from Bob Dylan to accept the award officially or reject it. Not responding to the Swedish academy is very selfish and ignorant.
MFM expects that if he goes to Stockholm and advocates in his speech #MakingMusicIsAProfession.
Respected musicians like him must get up and speak out for their peers around the world. Like Prince did at the Grammy's. Prince we miss you already.

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