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Keith Urban Spreads Joy Through Music for Kids at a Nashville Hospital

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Keith Urban teamed up with Musicians on Call to bring an intimate performance to patients at a Nashville Children’s Hospital on Wednesday (Feb. 1).

Musicians on Call “brings live and recorded music to the besides of patients in healthcare facilities.” This year, the non-profit is celebrating their 10th anniversary. According to Taste of Country, they surprised children at Nashville’s TriStar Centennial Children’s Hospital with the talented Aussie to commemorate the big milestone.

Urban played acoustic versions of his hits “Wasted Time,” You Look Good in My Shirt,” “Somebody Like You” and “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” It was a magical moment for both the kids and their families.

Keith Urban Musicians On Call
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“The power of music to not only connect people, but to bring comfort into someone’s life is something quite divine,” Urban explained in a release. “Visiting with these kids and their families yesterday was truly inspiring, as was the chance to play for them and bring a little light to their day, even if for a few moments. I’m very grateful to Musicians on Call for the good work they do and honored to be a small part of that.”

READ MORE: Brantley Gilbert: “If It Weren’t for Keith Urban ‘I’d Probably Be Dead”

Sam Hunt, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum are among the country artists who have worked with the nonprofit Nashville organization. Lady A’s 2016 invitation-only event honored the trio at Music City’s Hard Rock Cafe and raised over $100,000 for kids in need.

For more information on Musicians on Call and how you can make a difference, visit their official website.

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