Musicians On Call (MOC) honored Lady Antebellum with the Music Heals Award at an invitation-only event at the Hard Rock Cafe in Nashville on Tuesday (Aug 9). The nonprofit organization brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities across the country.
The event, part of Musicians On Call’s Half A Million Moments campaign, raised over $100,000. The evening was hosted by iHeartRadio on-air personality and MOC Board Member Bobby Bones and featured performances by Lindsay Ell, Hunter Hayes and Eric Paslay, who all performed some of their favorite Lady Antebellum songs.
The Half A Million Moments Celebration last night also honored outgoing National Board Chair Scott Welch with the Leadership in Music Award, Volunteer Guide Richa Chandra, and Volunteer Musician Laura Eady for their hard work and dedication to helping deliver the healing power of music with MOC.
The Half A Million Moments Celebration was thanks in part to sponsors LadyAID, City National Bank, Genentech, CAA, Onsite Workshops, UMG Nashville, Adams & Reese LLP, ASCAP, Grand Ole Opry, Hard Rock International and Hard Rock Heals, Red Light Management, RIAA, SESAC and Warner/Chappell Nashville.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our milestone of reaching half a million patients, families and caregivers in hospitals then a night like this with our greatest supporters and champions,” said Pete Griffin, Musicians On Call President. “Charles, Dave and Hillary of Lady A have been huge supporters of our program personally and their music has been a staple at our Bedside Performance Programs, always delivering the healing power of music to the patients who hear them.”
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