While in New York recently, RaeLynn and William Michael Morgan visited a local hospital to perform for patients as part of Musicians on Call, a non-profit that brings live music to the bedsides of hospital patients.

The country singers spent time in the cardiac and orthopedic wings of Lenox Hill Hospital through a partnership with the Grand Ole Opry's Circle Throwdown. Each artist performed with a replica the famed six-foot Opry Circle of wood and a microphone stand.

“We’re so fortunate to have two of Warner Music Nashville’s rising stars, RaeLynn and William Michael Morgan, donate their time and talent to deliver the healing power of music to patients in New York City,” Musicians on Call President Pete Griffin says in a press release. “It has been such an honor to continue our partnership with the Opry to make moments like these just that much more special for patients, families and caregivers.”

“Musicians on Call is a great organization that helps a lot of people, because music is definitely healing for the soul,” Morgan states.

"I love being a part of Musicians on Call, because I understand the healing power of music, and they provide an easy way for us to get involved in making people's days, which I love doing,” RaeLynn adds. “You never know what they're going through, so if I can brighten someone's day by singing them a song, I love that. Musicians on Call gives as much to me by participating as it does to the patients we sing for and I appreciate that."

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