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Lady Antebellum Stops By A Children's Hospital To Brighten Up Some Kids' Day!

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Not only is Lady Antebellum a Grammy award-winning band, they also have hearts of gold!

Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley took a break from promoting their new album Golden and stopped by Kravis Children's Hospital at Mount Sinai to brighten up the day of some patients!

The boys were participating in the Musicians On Call/Citi program, and gave some of the kids their own private concert, performing some Lady A tunes as well as a few children's songs!

Charles and Dave also appeared Mount Sinai's KidZone TV to answer some fan questions and even paid a bedside visit to some of the patients who couldn't leave their rooms!

How sweet is that!!

The band made a donation on behalf of LadyAID, a charity program they started to raise awareness and funds for children who are in need!

It always warms our hearts to see celebrities and musicians supporting causes they truly believe in and touching the lives of others! Way to go, guys!!

[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]

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One comment to “Lady Antebellum Stops By A Children's Hospital To Brighten Up Some Kids' Day!”

  1. Gabi says – reply to this


    That is what makes them amazing. You'll never hear this people being negative or doing bad things, they don't lead scandalous lives they have a career and awards without resorting to negative influence. I love their album Golden and i love the fact that they still remain the same people that used to do webisode wednesday with a camcorder. Golden is the feel good album of 2013.