Musician’s Life Support, a Los Angeles-based organization purposed with helping musicians facing physical and emotional obstacles preventing them from fully realizing and expressing their creative souls, has announced the first in an ongoing series of teleseminars designed to offer hope and encouragement as well as information and practical solutions for challenged musicians old and young. The one-hour teleseminar will take place Saturday, April 27th, 2013, at Noon PST/3PM EST. The program will include a conversation and Q&A session with All Star drummer Eddie Tuduri about his recovery from serious spinal injury and his foundation of The Rhythmic Arts Project helping individuals with learning and intellectual differences through rhythm exercises. The program will also include advice from therapists and other health professionals specializing in musicians’ issues, and resources seminar participants can access ranging from enhancing their ability to make music to support for their physical and spiritual well being. Those wishing to participate in the teleseminar can get additional information and a registration link at www.musicianslifesupport.com.
The founder of Musician’s Life Support, David Price, has been a guitar player for over 50 years. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2006, David’s ability to play has been significantly impacted. Still, he has found ways to record and release a solo CD in 2011, write and publish a novel in 2010 and continue to perform. Now, it is his determination to help other musicians acquire the means to overcome their obstacles and live as the artists they truly are.
“A musician’s life can be harder than it looks, especially if the musician is suffering from physical disabilities, mental maladies, or any of the other life conditions that get in the way of expressing his or her creative soul. At Musician’s life Support, we believe these obstacles can be overcome. We just need to work together to find our way to better physical and mental health, and the strength of spirit to keep doing what we are meant to do: CREATE MUSIC.”