MOC Presents: A Night To Celebrate Elvis Duran In NYC March 21st; Featuring A Performance By Demi Lovato

MOC will honor Elvis Duran, host of #1 syndicated morning radio program Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, with the Leadership in Music “Golden Ukulele” at an event in New York City, March 21st at The Edison Ballroom.

The intimate event will pay tribute to iHeartRadio host Elvis Duran who has supported MOC for over a decade. Grammy Nominated and Multi-Platinum selling recording artist, friend and supporter of both Elvis and MOC, Demi Lovato will take the stage for a special performance, along with Interscope Recording Artist, Leon Else. Additional surprise performers and presenters to be announced. The event will also honor MOC Volunteer Musician Ken Knowlton and Volunteer Guide Karen Cook for their ongoing support of the healing power of music.

Fans can bid for the chance to meet Demi Lovato and Elvis Duran and walk the red carpet at the event at Limited tickets and sponsorships for Musicians On Call Presents: A Night to Celebrate Elvis Duran are available now at

“I’ve been following the work of Musicians on Call for almost a decade and have been a huge fan of all their contributions. Having them partner with some of the industry’s most talented artists to play for those who are down on their luck is truly a gift. How could we not support this cause?” said Elvis Duran. “I’m honored to have even been considered for The Leadership in Music award and even more touched to be honored by an organization who I consider dear friends.”

“Musicians On Call is so grateful for Elvis Duran and the iHeartRadio family, who have been tireless supporters of our mission to use music as a healing power since we first started bringing music to hospitals in 1999,” said Pete Griffin, MOC President. “Elvis is such a beloved member of the community and we are excited to be joined by so many friends, supporters and businesses to honor him and celebrate his generosity and passion for helping others.”

MOC is continuing its Half A Million Moments celebration that commemorated its achievement of performing for half a million patients, families and caregivers by thanking the champions that helped them reach the milestone. Volunteers and supporters came out in droves to share their stories of their favorite moments bringing music to hospitals using #MOCMoments, and helped to raise funds and support for MOC serve the next half a million people.

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