As you may know, at 6/8 Music we strive to highlight women artists who inspire us, teach us, and shine light upon the world through music, and beyond. We post about topics that are near and dear to us, and one of those topics is health. That’s why in the past, several of our 6/8 … Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom: Mental Health Resources from Women In Music
In our January newsletter, I on my goals and wish for my circle of people as we head into 2018. PS- if you missed out January newsletter, check it out here! My goal this year is to learn the art of living in the moment, but most importantly to learn the art of unplugging. Disconnecting and … Continue reading The Art of Unplugging
In the spirit of Mental Health Awareness Day yesterday (October 10th), and most importantly in the spirit of all of the tumultuous and saddening events going on in the world lately, I felt this quick reminder of a post was needed. Breathe. Just Breathe. I use this tool and have it saved on … Continue reading Breathe. Just Breathe.
It's around 7am on Monday. I wake up to go to the gym, but instead lay in bed, writing lyrics. I dreamt about something painful-a memory that is skewed by my forever moving and active mind. "I have to write this down, it could be a song," I groggily think to myself. I avoid Facebook, … Continue reading Making Music on a Busy Schedule
By Allison Duggan, Label Manager Let's face it; we have lost phenomenal stars over the past few years. From Amy Winehouse to Prince and Natalie Cole. From Chris Cornell, Scott Weiland and Chester Bennington. These artists struggled with depression, drug/alcohol addiction, a litany of baggage from their lives. They go on tour for months, back … Continue reading What can Artist Managers do to Help Artist Overcome Mental Health Challenges?