Notable artists and mental health advocates will band together in a free virtual broadcast on Thursday, March 25 at 8 p.m. ET to shine a light on the music industry’s mental health crisis. The “Lost Tapes Live” broadcast, produced by Lemmon Entertainment and recorded at Toronto-based studio The HUB, will be hosted by Canadian music journalist Alan Cross.
The virtual broadcast is part of a campaign launched in February by Over The Bridge, a Canadian nonprofit that aims to change the conversation about mental health in the music community. The Lost Tapes of the 27 Club campaign used artificial intelligence to create an album of new music that the 27 Club (a list of musicians who died at just 27 years old, such as Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison, among others) “never got the chance to create,”.
The event will be free to view but registration is required. For the full lineup, more information and to register, visit www.losttapeslive.com.