National Hug A Musician Day
National Hug a Musician Day is observed annually on the 13th of November and encourages everyone to show a little bit of love to the musicians that they know and/or love. Music not only makes it easier for people to celebrate those special moments in their life, but it’s also a form of artistic expression that can raise our spiritual and emotional consciousness.
And it’s thanks to the musicians around us that this music can have such a transformative effect on our lives. Just imagine what our lives would be without them providing the music that would become the soundtrack of our lives. That’s why we celebrate this holiday.
The History Of National Hug A Musician Day
Historians agree that music has been around for a long, long time. Perhaps even as long as humans have been around. Unfortunately, all of those millions of years of music before the invention of Edison’s phonograph in the 19th century have been lost to history. What’s our point? Our point is that music has been with us since the very beginning of humanity, so it’s probably no surprise that music can have such a profound effect on our lives.
As far as when National Hug a Musician Day goes, we can’t really say when it was invented. We know that it’s likely to have been around for a few years now, but we’re unsure of where it originated or who created it. Of course, anyone who does know when or where this holiday originated can go ahead and let us know.
Some Quick Facts About Musicians & Music
We wanted to include a section on music and musicians, so we took some time and did a tiny bit of research. When we were done, we came up with the following facts that we think everyone will be able to appreciate. So without further ado, let’s check out the following facts.
- According to a recent study, musicians have shorter lifespans than the general public.
- Studies also show that singing in a group can boost a person’s mood.
- Music has been shown to help plants grow faster.
Observing National Hug A Musician Day
As the name of this holiday suggests, all a person has to do is to hug a musician. Of course, that doesn’t mean that this holiday is only reserved for people who personally know musicians. People can also give a virtual hug to the musicians that they love through social media using the hashtag #HugAMusicianDay.