Artists are stepping up to help their tour crew members, here's how you can help.

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Big names in the music industry including The Beastie Boys, Billie Ellish, Little Big Town, and more are stepping up to help their crew members who have been out of work for almost a year. Many, if not all, musical shows were canceled last year, and that left not only the artists not working, but the crew members that put their stages together and take them down while out on tour. An organization called Crew Nation has out a fundraiser together to help those that have been affected the most during this pandemic in the music industry.

Crew Nation has teamed up with Yeti Coolers to raise money for crew members. Some big names in music are signing several coolers for auction where people can bid on these coolers, and all the money raised will go to the Crew Nation Relief Fund. Bidding started today and runs for a week, so you will have plenty of time to place your bids in hopes to get one of these coolers. 

The auction site is already seeing some major bids, so if you want to get in on one of these I would jump in now. Be the cool person at the party owning a one-and-only piece of musical items that no one else will have a chance to win. You have until next Monday to make your bid.

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