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Music Heals: Musicians On Call Celebrates Caregivers with Star-Studded Nashville Concert

Picture this: Nashville's skyline aglow with twinkling lights, a stage set for an evening of musical magic, and a room pulsing with gratitude. That was the scene at Analog at Hutton Hotel as Musicians On Call (MOC) celebrated National Hospital Week with their second annual Concert for Caregivers, a heartfelt tribute to those who tirelessly tend to the health and happiness of others.


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The lineup? Oh, just a trio of talent that could make any country music fan's heart skip a beat: Lauren Alaina, Charles Esten, and Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion fame. Together, they created a symphony of sound that resonated through the hearts of attendees, belting out hits like "Road Less Traveled," "Make You Happy," "Memory Lane," and "What Ifs." But this wasn't just any concert. It was a chance for caregivers to kick back, relax, and bask in the spotlight for a change. And boy, did they deserve it. As the music filled the room, barriers melted away, and strangers became friends united by a common love for melody and medicine.


In a touching finale, the artists descended from the stage to join the caregivers for a group photo—a snapshot of gratitude that spoke volumes about the bond between those who give and those who receive.


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But the magic didn't stop there. Thanks to the generosity of Analog at Hutton Hotel and

support from the American Hospital Association, the concert's reach extended far beyond Nashville. Recordings of the show were distributed to over 5,000 hospitals and health systems across the country, spreading joy and healing to caregivers nationwide.


Among the attendees was Micaela Arseneau, a caregiver at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, who summed up the sentiment of the evening perfectly: "Being a healthcare provider is really difficult, so I was really honored to be a part of this."

For 25 years, Musicians On Call has been using music to brighten the days of patients and caregivers alike. From bedside performances to virtual sessions, their programs have touched the lives of over one million individuals across all 50 states.


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So as the applause fades and the night comes to a close, let's raise a glass to the healing power of music—and to the caregivers who give their all, day in and day out. For more information on Musicians On Call and their mission, visit www.musiciansoncall.org and join the chorus of voices singing the praises of music's magic touch.

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