Musicians on Call (MOC) is known for bringing live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. On March 9, the GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling, internationally acclaimed rock group Train will perform an intimate concert at the Ricochet Bar & Lounge in Midtown Miami to raise funds for the local branch of MOC.
“We believe music can make a difference – not only in the lives of everyday people, like me and you, but for those who are sick and unable to leave their hospital beds,” said Patrick Monahan, lead vocalist of the group. “Musicians On Call does just that for patients of all ages and illnesses and we’re honored to be a part of this cause and to help MOC continue delivering the healing power of music.”
Train will indulge the audience with music like smash hits, “Meet Virginia,” “Drops of Jupiter,” “Calling All Angels,” “Marry Me,” and “Hey, Soul Sister,” as well as include selections off their upcoming April 12 release and sixth studio album, California 37, home to their current single, “Drive By.”
Only 200 tickets will be sold to this event including a limited number of VIP tickets. All tickets include drinks and hors d’oeuvres along with the performance. The VIP option will allow priority admittance, a special viewing area and a meet and greet with Train following the show. Tickets are only available on www.MusiciansOnCall.org.
All proceeds will benefit MOC Miami to fund and expand the on-going programs at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, South Miami Hospital, and Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Medical Center.