Three of my favorites – Bucky Covington, Sawyer Brown and Love and Theft came together to entertain the children at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville. After their visit to the Children’s Hospital, they went over to the nearby Ronald McDonald Houser for a party. The following is a press release about the activities at Vanderbilt and Ronald McDonald House.
O-Seven Artist Management along with their acts Bucky Covington, Sawyer Brown and Love And Theft all joined together to bring a little extra pre-holiday cheer to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital recently with a surprise guitar pull. To the children’s delight, the performance included a mix of favorite Christmas carols and country hits. Many of the children jumped in and played toy drums, tambourines and maracas along to the music. After the show, all of the performers visited with the children, their families and hospital employees.
“Seeing all of the children’s faces light up was an early Christmas gift me,” said Bucky. “All of these children are going through trying times and have long days. I’m incredibly thankful for the opportunity to give them a nice break in the day and bring a little holiday cheer.”
From there the entire O-Seven crew all caravanned over to the Ronald McDonald House, a non-profit organization that provides essential resources and a "home away from home" for families of critically ill children receiving inpatient or outpatient medical care at Nashville area hospitals. Together they prepared and served up a special birthday lunch for one of the young children currently undergoing treatment at Vanderbilt. On the menu was a build-your-own taco bar complete with all of the essential fixings and brownies for dessert. Bucky, the members of Sawyer Brown and Love And Theft donned birthday party hats, played balloon toss and got the whole house singing Happy Birthday.
Have a great Tuesday everyone! I have some mail to answer tonight, and hopefully I’ll get a contest up real soon.