My wife and I currently share the same iTunes account (with iTunes Match) on our various Apple devices. We do this because we both want access to our shared music library that we've accumulated over the years, including carefully curated playlists. It's a seamless experience. I recently signed up for the individual Apple Music plan ($9.99/month). The problem is that if my wife and I are both streaming music (or Apple Radio) we get an error. I understand the reasoning behind that. No problem, I'll sign up for a Apple Music Family account. However, this would mean my wife would have to log in with a separate iTunes account. Which means she would lose access to our entire shared music library with playlists. Is there any workable solution here? I'm happy to pay Apple for two Apple Music subscriptions, but I would like my wife and I to continue sharing our personal music library. Thanks in advance! --- Post Merged, May 12, 2016 --- Hrm, I've just noticed another problem. I have multiple Apple TVs. I'm signed into all of them with the same Apple ID. If I'm listening to music on my laptop and I try to stream a song on my Apple TV, I get the same error. So no one in my house can listen to streaming music while I'm listening on my laptop. Even Apple Music Family Sharing won't help here, unless I create a separate Apple ID for each of my Apple TVs. This is silly.