For ten giving years, Musicians on Call has provided joy and laughter to patients all across the country thanks to the healing power of music.
In honor of their decade of having artists make the rounds to hospitals and health care facilities to spread songs and smiles, Musicians on Call will celebrate their charity work through a special concert event right in the heart of Nashville. Lady Antebellum immediately signed on to commemorate all of the work done through an exclusive performance like none other, and they couldn’t be more proud to support an organization such as MOC.
“Musicians On Call is always something we’re quick to be part of. We’ve seen first-hand how powerful music is, especially in tough times, so we’re looking forward to helping celebrate their 10th anniversary,” Charles Kelley of the trio said in a press release.
The evening will be hosted by Bobby Bones, and will feature other exciting performances and appearances from the Musicians on Call family that have yet to be announced.
Another added bonus for one lucky supporter will be the opportunity to sit at the party with Lady Antebellum themselves and mingle around the festivities. The highest bid for the offer takes all, with all of the proceeds going right back toward the goodness of funding Musicians on Call.
Many country artists have supported the charitable organization for years now, including Keith Urban, Sam Hunt, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, Reba and many more big names. The artists all appreciate spending that quality time with fans who may not have an opportunity to come out to one of their shows, so they bring those moments right back to the bedside for patients by singing a couple tunes for them.
The 10th Anniversary Party for Musicians on Call will be held at City Winery Nashville on October 26. Tickets for the event are available to purchase on the MOC website.