Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Michael Ray, Chase Rice and other country artists have teamed up with Musicians on Call (MOC) this holiday season. The artists are helping to raise awareness as well as money for the non-profit to continue bringing live and recorded music to the bedsides of hospital patients.

Several artists in the country community have joined MOC as Music Heals Ambassadors by selecting an exclusive, limited edition "Music Heals" T-shirt for the 2018 holiday season. The perfect last-minute gift, fans can purchase these designs on MOC's website and all proceeds will directly benefit the organization in funding music programs in healthcare facilities across the country.

Additional artists who are supporting 2018's Music Heals holiday merch campaign include Rodney Atkins, Mitchell Tenpenny, Caitlyn Smith and Bailey Bryan.

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“Last year’s Music Heals campaign was a great success for Musicians on Call and a unique way for music artists to use their creativity to celebrate the holiday season while bringing the healing power of music to patients in healthcare facilities around the country,” Musicians on Call President Pete Griffin says in a statement.

Since 1999, Musicians on Call has delivered the healing power of music to more than 675,000 people throughout the country. For every $500 raised through the Music Heals campaign, Musicians on Call will be able to bring live music to a hospital room every week for a year through its Bedside Performance Program.

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