For the tenth anniversary of Musicians on Call in Nashville, Keith Urban performed at the Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial Medical Center. The non-profit organization brings live and recorded music to patients in hospitals all across the country.
At the MOC's Bedside Performance Program Urban performed his biggest hits, including “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” ”Wasted Time,” “You Look Good in My Shirt” and “Somebody Like You” and put a smile on the children's faces.
Musicians on Call was founded in 1999. Since then they deliver the healing power of music to patients, who are unable to get out of bed or are undergoing treatment. MOC's volunteers have until now played for half a million people. Their supporters over the years include Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, Sam Hunt, Lee Brice, Darius Rucker, RaeLynn and more. In the last decade Musicians on Call had a lot of incredible events in Nashville.
MOC will kick off the celebration of their tenth anniversary with more high profile hospital visits, a community engagement campaign and a high profile event in the fall.
Moreover, Musicians on Call is part of the "Kick Off The Biggest Week In Music City With Brothers Osborne and NASH At a Benefit Concert for MOC" on June 6. The benefits of this concert will go to Musicians on Call.