Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

veteransday.pngMOC Advisory Board member and volunteer musician, Staff Sgt. Randy Wight from the Army Field Band plays for Veterans in Washington, D.C.

Musicians On Call launched the Washington, DC branch in 2011.  MOC's first initiative is to bring our weekly Bedside Performance Program to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Children’s National Medical System, Washington DC Veterans Medical Center, Baltimore VA Medical Center and theVirginia Hospital Center.

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Washington, D.C. Updates

Musicians On Call featured on Good Morning Washington with Sergeant First Class and volunteer musician Randy Wight

To honor our nation's heroes this Memorial Day, Staff SFC Randy Wight, MOC Volunteer Musician and member of the United States Army Field Band, spoke about his experience performing for Veterans on Good Morning Washington. Later that day, he also performed the National Anthem at the Orioles game at Camden Yards. Watch Videos >>

The Rock The Room Tour comes to Washington, D.C.

DC's Rock The Room event presented its “Golden Ukelele” Service to Heroes Award to Representatives Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii). In addition, Musicians On Call honored Volunteer Guide, Ellen Morris, and Volunteer Musician, Ken Wenzel, for their outstanding service as volunteers at Musicians On Call. Grammy Award winning and RIAA multi-Platinum certified artist, Nate Ruess, joined the event to lend his support for the healing power of music before headlining the RIAA Holiday Party, the 5th annual benefit for Musicians On Call. Read more >>

Musicians On Call Featured on MyFoxDC

On August 3rd, Musicians On Call made an appearance live on MyFoxDC.  Reporter and Advisory Board Member Melanie Alnwick met with Musicians On Call Mid-Atlantic Tour Manager, Michelle Hughes, to talk about our program and our new Lady Antebellum sweepstakes.  Musicians On Call volunteer Ken Wenzel told his story about being a Musicians On Call volunteer and played his own orignial song.  Watch Video >>

Musicians On Call, DC Brings International Reggae Rapper Matisyahu to Children’s National Health System

Matisyahu met and performed for patients at Children’s National Health System Psychiatric and Oncology Units where he shared personal and meaningful stories with the children.  Read More >>

Project Playback Debuts "That's What I'm Gonna Sing About"

Musicians On Call (MOC) Washington, D.C. is pleased to announce the launch of its popular Project Playback music program with the support of Tracy's Kids at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's Lombardi Cancer Center.  Learn More >>

Musicians On Call DC Launches Bedside Performance Program at Children's National Health System

Take a look at the program in action, featuring Volunteer Musician and DC Advisory Board member, Melanie Alnwick with another volunteer musician, Fran Scuderi, and Katy Epley, Program Director, Washington, D.C., Director of National Expansion.  See Photos >>

Musicians On Call Expands to Baltimore with a Special Hospital Visit from Country Star Joe Nichols

Musicians On Call (MOC) is proud to announce the expansion of its popular Bedside Performance Program to Baltimore, Maryland. On Friday, February 21, 2014, Country singer Joe Nichols entertained military veterans and families with live, acoustic bedside performances at the Baltimore VA Medical Center, part of the VA Maryland Healthcare System. Read More >>>



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