Alana Springsteen Makes Her First In-Person Visit To Seacrest Studios!

Writte by Seacrest Studios Program Manager, Mamie Shepherd

Ryan Seacrest Foundation ambassador, and country singer, Alana Springsteen, made her first in-person visit to Seacrest Studios in Nashville after many special virtual visits during the pandemic. 

The audience in the studio, and patients watching from their hospital beds, were thrilled to welcome this star on the rise. Alana was so gracious to answer patient questions, sing a few songs (including a song that is soon-to-be released), and even play a round of SongLibs based on her song, Zero Trucks

Alana talked about writing songs and told patients that she first learned to play the guitar at age 7, writing her first song – written about love, of course – at age 9.

To make this visit even more special, our friends from Love Your Melon sent beanies for all of our patients to take with them! Our thanks to Love Your Melon for this most generous donation. 

What a day with a talented, sweet friend! Thank you, Alana, for visiting us in Seacrest Studios! We are so grateful for your support, all of the virtual calls you made to studios across the country, and for being a part of our Nashville Sessions series. We cannot wait until your next visit!