Liz Story needs your help.

Liz Story

If you’ve ever loved Liz’s music, now is the time to come through for her. 

“Pianist/composer, three-time Grammy nominee, LIZ STORY, (Windham Hill recording artist) is undergoing emergency brain surgery. 

She was diagnosed with bilateral subdural hematomas which are putting so much pressure on her brain, that, once on stage, she could not remember how to play the piano at a performance Friday night at the MIM (Musical Instrument Museum) in Phoenix, AZ.”

Like many artists, she has no health insurance and has spent years caring for others. 

You can help by donating via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/donate/417871065607986/?fundraiser_source=external_url

or GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/liz-story-medical-fundraiser?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_dn_cpgntopnavlarge_r&fbclid=IwAR3wgHliQXC67cfD6lHat5Y4A0ar9V5kQkZ6inFQFvmNrJhTxmz7p_hVOuw

Her friend Elaine Spinelli writes:

My dear friend, pianist/composer, three-time Grammy nominee, LIZ STORY, (Windham Hill recording artist) is undergoing emergency brain surgery this morning after being diagnosed with bilateral subdural hematomas which are putting so much pressure on her brain, that, once on stage, she could not remember how to play the piano at a performance Friday night at the MIM (Musical Instrument Museum) in Phoenix, AZ. 

Liz’s husband died due to complications from injuries he sustained after being struck in a rear-end collision.

Liz then selflessly left her home and music studio in Prescott, AZ for 6 years, to single-handedly care for her parents in Los Angeles, both of whom suffered from dementia, and who passed in their late 90s. Liz has never financially recovered from the loss of her husband and subsequent debt, and from her absence from her work, in order to care for her parents. She really could use all the help she could possibly have!

As is true for many musicians, she has no health insurance; and, her home became severely run down in her absence; she hasn’t been in a position, financially, to repair the plumbing, broken refrigerator and various other major problems. She paid a contractor thousands to work on her house while she was in Los Angeles caring for her parents, only to find shoddy, sub-standard work when she returned. 

If you can find it in your hearts to help, no donation is too great, or too small. 
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for your generosity.