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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.

MFM got another new friend: Michele Gambetta. Founder of ArtCondo ( which is an artist-run real estate initiative that helps musicians and creative businesses purchase raw work spaces, live/work lofts and professional timeshares in NYC. Musicians, visual artists, gallery owners, foundations, arts residencies, creative businesses and non-profits are all eligible to participate. ...

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I met Kate Smith @ the Jazz Connect convention in NY this month. Watching her at her stand I felt instantly that this lady is a real jazz lover. So I approached her chatting about jazz music and jazz musicians' miscomings. She agreed that jazz musicians should organize and tackle their social-political problems together and stop complaining. ...

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I met and chatted with Rob Gibson, Executive & Artistic Director of the Savannah Music Festival, @ the Jazz Connection 2017 panel discussion. He acknowledged that musicians who live from music are professionals and therefore must be treated as other professionals. ...

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