Tenille Townes performs during Musicians On Call’s Frontlines Valentines Initiative. Photo: Musicians On Call.

Artists including Jon Pardi, Jameson Rodgers, Adam Hambrick, Andrew Jannakos, Jillian Jacqueline, Leigh Nash, Mitchell Tenpenny, Drew Green and Tenille Townes sent love and thanks to frontline caregivers in hospitals across the country recently through Musicians On Call’s Frontlines Valentines Initiative.

The artists recorded dedications for healthcare workers to say thank you for their continued sacrifices during the pandemic. Townes and Jacqueline also performed virtually for hospital workers at Children’s Health in Dallas and Alive Hospice in Nashville, respectively through MOC’s Virtual Bedside Performance Program.

As part of the Frontline Valentines initiative, Musicians On Call also worked with national brand partners including Crocs, Kendra Scott and Bose to send surprise gifts to deserving caregivers.

“All year long Musicians On Call is proud to show how grateful we are for the sacrifices of our hardworking caregivers by sharing the joys of live music. The care they show their communities every day is inspiring, and for that reason we wanted to make sure they felt extra special this Valentine’s Day. Thanks to the support of these talented artists and committed brand partners, we can lift them up and brighten their day,” said Musicians On Call President & CEO Pete Griffin.

Hollabaugh, a staff writer at MusicRow magazine, has over 20 years of music business experience and has written for publications including American Profile, CMA Close Up, Nashville Arts And Entertainment, The Boot and Country Weekly. She has a Broadcast Journalism and Speech Communication degree from Texas Christian University, (go Horned Frogs), and welcomes your feedback or story ideas at [email protected]
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