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Blake Shelton plans command performance in Nashville to honor Musicians on Call

Blake Shelton plans command performance in Nashville to honor Musicians on Call

Warner NashvilleBlake Shelton will do a rare Nashville concert on Friday, May 31 in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s CMA Theater.

The special show celebrates the 20th anniversary of Musicians on Call, the nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients all across the U.S.

Lauren Alaina will also be honored that night with the organization’s Music Heals Award, for her commitment to its Bedside Performance Program. Newcomer Cale Dodds will open the show.

A limited number of tickets will be available to the public starting Friday, April 26. You can find out more at MusiciansOnCall.org/MOC20.

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