Jerrod Niemann Sings for Kids at a Children’s Hospital

He participates in a program that brings live music right to sick children in their hospital rooms.

Jerrod Niemann brought his guitar along for a visit to some sick kids at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital in Nashville recently.

“You can see the strength in their eyes—and their families,” Jerrod says in a video posted Tuesday (Aug. 14) by Musicians On Call, the group that brings live music to the bedsides of sick children.

Jerrod literally walked from room to room singing to the pint-size patients and their parents. And yes, Jerrod's latest, “Shinin’ on Me,” was part of the mini-performances.

“Hopefully the music will do what it's supposed to, and that's brighten someone's day,” Jerrod said.

Lady Antebellum, Trace Adkins, Kellie Pickler and Darius Rucker all have worked with Musicians On Call in the past.

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