In the media
GQ: Who really killed Avicii?
Music 17 October 2018
Following the tragic death of Swedish singer Avicii, last April, who was known to suffer from mental health issues, GQ’s article explained how many more artists could be affected by this condition.
The article mentioned how Sally Anne Gross and Dr George Musgrave’s research ‘Can Music make you sick? Music and Depression’ indicates that musicians may be up to three times more likely to experience depression compared to the general public.
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