‘The Voice’ Winners Girl Named Tom Joins The Hope For The Holidays Virtual Concert
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The talented trio and winners of The Voice season 21, Girl Named Tom will bring their stunning harmonies to Musicians On Call’s annual Hope For The Holidays virtual concert this year. The concert is streamed in healthcare facilities nationwide to uplift and support hospital staff and patients.
Girl Named Tom Spreads Musical Cheer in a Virtual Concert
Girl Named Tom posted on Instagram about their enthusiasm for the concert, sharing insight into their special connection to its emotional significance. The trio chose to perform an acoustic version of the classic song “Edelweiss” in the video accompanying the post.
Siblings Bekah, Joshua, and Caleb Liechty who make up Girl Named Tom revealed they understand firsthand what it’s like to desperately need holiday spirit when a loved one is hospitalized over the season. They feel honored to bring joy through music to patients, inspired by their own past experiences in hospitals during Christmas.
Girl Named Tom chose to perform one of their personal favorite Christmas songs for the concert. While the trio did not disclose the exact song selection, fans are eager to discover what festive tune they’ll share.
No matter the final pick, Girl Named Tom hopes the live virtual performance can boost spirits for those navigating healthcare challenges. Their goal is to utilize their God-given musical gifts to lift listeners up.
By utilizing streaming technology, Musicians On Call can achieve national scale for its mission of utilizing music to inspire healing. Since virtual concerts don’t require bedside visits, musicians can spread cheer safely without added COVID-19 risk.
Girl Named Tom Was Part of a Star-Studded Live Concert Event
While Girl Named Tom will only appear digitally, the virtual concert footage actually originates from a live, in-person event for caregivers held in New York City on December 21.
The exclusive concert featured performances from numerous renowned artists like John Rzeznik from the Goo Goo Dolls, Pat Monahan of Train, Suzanne Vega, and more. These singers also lead a giant holiday singalong finale.
The virtual concert additionally includes content from other big names like Lindsay Stirling, Switchfoot, Jenna Raine, and Forest Blakk, who serves as host. A complimentary Spotify playlist called “Merry Melodies” rounds out the musical offerings.
The live concert allowed caregivers and hospital staff from all over to gather and feel appreciated for their vital service, especially during such a stressful season. Organizers even sent standout caregivers from other states to NYC specifically for the special occasion.