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Half Access is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to making live music accessible. Our database provides accessibility info on venues to help prepare disabled folks on what to expect before arriving at a show, and will be used by us to work with venues on improving accessibility in their spaces.

Access Interview – Ellie Hart of LEAD DIY

Access Interview – Ellie Hart of LEAD DIY

23-year-old Ellie Hart works at The Wellmont Theater, runs MELTT (Music Ellie Listened To Today) which is an online magazine that releases regular playlists, and she is a contributor to The Alternative. In 2017, she graduated from Belmont University in Nashville. Now, Hart – who has Epilepsy – is on a mission to make shows safer through her new project, LEAD DIY (Lighting and Epilepsy Awareness Development in DIY).

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Access Interview – Emmy Tantuccio

Access Interview – Emmy Tantuccio

Emmy Tantuccio works with all of your favorite bands and helps to make sure you know when they’re coming to your city. She does this (and much more) while also managing her Type 1 Diabetes and autoimmune illnesses. Cassie Wilson, founder of Half Access, met Emmy through Twitter last year because Emmy sometimes tweets about her experiences with chronic/invisible illness to increase awareness surrounding them, and she manages A Will Away, one of Cassie’s favorite bands. Emmy was kind enough to share her time with us and talk about her experiences balancing her health, work, and shows. We hope you enjoy getting to know more about her!

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