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BLACKOUT TUESDAY

Due to recent events please join us as we take steps of action to provoke accountably and change. In solidarity with the music industry, Over The Bridge will observe blackout Tuesday, but will continue offering zoom online - peer support programs to our community members Join us today (Tuesday, June 2nd) between 2:00 pm-3:00

THURSDAY MARCH 19 @ 7-8 pm: OTBChat: What to do with our downtime

THURSDAY MARCH 19 @ 7-8 pm: OTBChat: What to do with our downtime WHEN: THURSDAY MARCH 19 @ 7-8pm WHERE: www.facebook.com/OTBnonprofit CONVERSATION TOPIC: What to do with our downtime GUEST: Chris Lose – International touring lighting director / HOST: Ace Piva WHAT IS THIS: OTBChat host Ace Piva will be joined by International touring lighting director Chris

COVID-19 STATEMENT

COVID-19 STATEMENT Together with music makers around the world, Over The Bridge continues to follow the current developments in Canada and throughout the world the rapid global spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) with deep concern.   The pandemic is now spreading across Canada, and has deeply affected our music community. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is understandably

A Radical Act: Canadian Musicians in Conversation About Being Sober in an Industry Built on Booze

A Radical Act: Canadian Musicians in Conversation About Being Sober in an Industry Built on Booze By Adam Feibel Original Published Feb 28, 2020in Exclaim Magazine. Click here for Original Article Alcohol abuse is rampant in the music industry. Hollerado’s Jake Boyd, Pony’s Sam Bielanski, singer-songwriter Ansley Simpson and Single Mothers’ Drew Thomson discuss

CAN MUSIC MAKE YOU SICK? NEW RESEARCH FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER FINDS MUSICIANS ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER ILLNESS

CAN MUSIC MAKE YOU SICK? NEW RESEARCH FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER FINDS MUSICIANS ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER ILLNESS Help Musicians UK has published the first set of research from MusicTank at The University of Westminster into mental health issues experienced by musicians and the wider music industry. MusicTank,

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