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Shawn Byrne Gets Involved with Musicians On Call

Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Shawn Byrne Gets Involved with Musicians On Call

Country artist Shawn Byrne is excited to announce he will be added to the elite list of musicians involved with the program, Musicians On Call. This organization gives patients in various hospitals throughout the country the opportunity to have musicians perform by their bedside. Big names such as Reba, Bruce Springsteen, and Kelly Clarkson are among the many musicians that are involved in the program spanning major cities across the country such as Nashville, Los Angeles, and New York City. 

Bringing music to those who need it most, Musicians On Call:
It’s no secret that music can help you feel better. That’s why Musicians On Call brings music to the people that need it most – Hospital patients. Musicians On Call brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. Since 1999, they have performed for over half a million individuals and counting!

"I'm really excited to have the opportunity to be a part of Musicians On Call," says Byrne. "When I lived in Boston, I worked at Perkins School for the Blind and was able to see how music lifted the spirits of those kids. I can't wait to start using my talents in the same way in Nashville with MOC."

About Shawn Byrne:
Byrne is no stranger to the music scene. With 20 cuts to his name, a SESAC Writer’s Award for “Ol’ Cook Pot” (recorded by The Duhks), television appearances on Good Morning America, Jimmy Fallon, the CMA Awards and many others; he has shared the stage with some of Country Music’s finest including Rodney Atkins, James Otto, Ashton Shepherd, Kelleigh Bannen, Mark Collie and many others; has played legendary venues like the Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman, Nissan Stadium during CMA Music Festival; performed in front of former president George W. Bush for his homecoming celebration in Midland, TX and has been a part of countless songwriters festivals. It’s no wonder why the Nashville Scene has labeled Byrne, “Nashville’s Best Kept Secret.” 

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