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Monday, March 28, 2011

Musicians: Learn How to Get Health Care at Bottom of the Hill This Thursday

Posted By on Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 5:38 PM

Music: A hazardous occupation
  • Music: A hazardous occupation

You won't die without music, no matter what you tell your interviewers, but your music will die if you're not healthy. So it's at least a pretty good idea to take care of that sack of skin and bone you use to tweak strings, knobs, microphones, and produce vocal vibrations. Not that it's easy to be a poor musician in S.F. and stay healthy. But there's a seminar at Bottom of the Hill this Thursday called "Every Musician Insured" to help you do just that.


The workshop will focus on health care reform and what it means for you, the musician: what options are available, how this will change when the new federal health care law takes effect, and other stuff you might like to know about health care.

And best of all -- unlike health care in this country -- the workshop is free! It takes place at Bottom of the Hill this Thursday from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. All ages are welcome, even if you play in a chillwave band.

[SF Gate]

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