For five years now, cast members from the sold-out Dancing With The Stars: Live! A Night To Remember Tour have spent part of their afternoon dancing with new partners—willing patients at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
The Chainsmokers did not let us down as they made a special stop to Seacrest Studios in Washington D.C. Patients and families packed the studio and were so excited to hang out with the dynamic duo on-air!
arci Lynne Farmer, the 14 year old winner of season 12 of America’s Got Talent was welcomed to Seacrest Studios at Children’s Hospital of Orange County by some very excited patients to watch and listen to her sing and perform with her two beloved cast members, Petunia and Oscar!
You know it’s a big deal when E! News wants the scoop…and a BIG DEAL it was when rapper and record-producer, Travis Scott stopped into Seacrest Studios recently to help celebrate the studios’ 8th birthday at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Talk about feeling inspired! Patients were very “SMILEY” with RILEY after Christian pop singer, Riley Clemmons recently performed for grateful families in Seacrest Studios at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
WWE Superstars Daniel Bryan, Charlotte Flair, and R-Truth visited the Seacrest Studio at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Daniel Bryan was especially pleased that the kids welcomed the three Superstars into the studio with his trademark “Yes! Yes! Yes!” chant.
Before taking the stage with Kenny Chesney at Nashville's massive Nissan Stadium for the Trip Around the Sun Tour, country star, Brandon Lay, made a special visit to Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt!
College students are given first-hand experience with state-of-the-art equipment. They develop skills in photography, videography and writing while hosting their own radio shows and spearheading out-of-the-box games with patients in mind. Most importantly? Interns are presented with the unique opportunity to create lifelong relationships. Read below to hear just how impactful these moments are.
Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz showed up at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta with his all-female back-up singers to perform for patients and families in Seacrest Studios recently. Jason makes positivity a priority and it was evident from his visit! He was so much fun, joking with and encouraging patients, living up to the lyrics in his song, “Have It All.”
From pranks with Carrie Underwood, to Spongebob and Sesame Street impressions, the members of Little Big Town went down memory lane discussing their adventures on the road, the opportunities that their success has brought, and the glue that has held them together for so many years
What a better distraction for the patients at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia than some games with All Time Low! The band was a hit at the hospital during their pit stop before their big show, melting the hearts of patients (and some of our interns) with their comradery and playful demeanor.
Patients were encouraged to learn that Riley actually started writing songs when she was just 13! That gave many who had gathered in the studio, and those watching from upstairs, motivation to start writing down their thoughts and feelings to put to music! After all, writing is something patients can do from almost anywhere!