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Musicians On Call brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. By delivering live, in-room performances to patients undergoing treatment or unable to leave their beds, we add a dose of joy to life in a healthcare facility.
Sydney Mack joins Musicians on Call to take part in a cause close to her heart
"PRETTY BOY" SNEAK PEEK
...GET SWEPT UP IN THE MUSIC
Sydney Mack has been in love with music since her mom played Naomi to her three-year-old Wynonna, singing, "Grandpa, Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days" in their family room. She has given music a lifetime of dedication, from her classical music education to stints as a Music Row intern while attending Nashville's Belmont University. On Season 14 of American Idol, Sydney was one of only 37 contestants from Nashville given a golden ticket to Los Angeles for Hollywood Week. The following year, she was voted into the NashNext Top 10, where Sydney and the rest of the Top 10 had the honor of going on tour with country artist, Raelynn. She has opened for country superstars such as Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia Line, Brett Eldredge, Charlie Daniels and the legendary George Jones.
Besides performing on stage, Sydney loves focusing on her other passion, songwriting. Over the past year she has shared her ideas with some of the industry’s best songwriters resulting in music she is excited to release. After sharing two of her songs, “Don’t Call” and “Pretty Boy” on TikTok, the clips quickly received almost 2 million views collectively and resulted in an amazing response from fans. Sharing the honest, vulnerable lyrics of both songs about the very relatable topic of a break-up helped her build an avid TikTok following. Due to such a positive response from fans, “Pretty Boy” was released to all streaming platforms on March 25.
The hard work that ties it all together has her poised for a breakthrough. While this past year has afforded Sydney the time to focus on creating the songs that define her as an artist and gives the listener a vulnerable candid look into her soul, she is ready to shine again on stage, both as a headliner and in support of country's biggest stars. "I love to watch people come to a show and, without realizing it, let go of their burdens and get swept up in the music. That's what it does for me too.”