Country star Martina McBride will be performing a rare, intimate performance at the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Nashville on Nov. 16 to celebrate the five year mark of Musicians on Call's (MOC) committed service to Music City.
Tickets are now available on the MOC website with prices starting at $75 for general admission. Limited VIP packages, which include a meet and greet with McBride, are also available for purchase. All proceeds from the event will directly benefit the Nashville branch of MOC.
“Musicians On Call is honored and excited to have the acclaimed artist Martina McBride perform on behalf of Musicians On Call’s 5th Anniversary in Nashville,” shares MOC Director of National Expansion and Nashville Program Director, Katy Epley. “We are so grateful for Martina’s participation and support.”
“I’m proud to be able to help raise money for this amazing organization,” adds McBride. “The fact that MOC takes music, with all its healing and uplifting power, directly to the people who need it most is so touching to me.” She explains, “As musicians, all we want to do is have our music heard and used to inspire or bring a smile. MOC has figured out the perfect way to do just that.”
Epley points out, “In five years, MOC has reached over 50,000 patients, families and caregivers in Middle Tennessee. Without the generosity of people like Martina McBride, we could not continue delivering the healing power of music to those who need it most.”
Since the 2007 MOC Nashville launch with a single Bedside Performance Program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the Nashville branch has expanded into six area healthcare facilities, offering 11 weekly Bedside Performance Programs. With the continued support of the Nashville community and artists like Trace Adkins, McBride, Kellie Pickler, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, and many others, MOC Nashville will further its ability to reach patients, caregivers, and families and can expect to celebrate many more milestones to come.