You might spot some familiar faces in a video recently posted by Grammy-winning singer-singer writer Amy Grant. Two photos of Soin Medical Center workers are in the video of Grant’s performance of “Carry You.”
The video is part of the “Gratitunes” campaign, which was launched by Music Row and the Nashville creative community as a way to show support for Vanderbilt University Medical Center staff.
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“We are honored that photos of our Soin Medical Center staff were featured in the video,” says Rick Dodds, president of Soin Medical Center. “Amy Grant’s introduction in the video and the song ‘Carry You’ are very inspiring and comforting for our health care providers who are working tirelessly to care for our community during this pandemic. Her ‘Gratitune’ is just the medicine we need for lifting our spirits.”
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Grant shared the video on her Facebook page on Sunday.
“I was thrilled to be asked to participate in the Gratitunes program and to honor our healthcare workers and service people on the front lines caring for the sick and those in need,” the post read. “I chose a song I wrote a long time ago called ‘Carry You’ in hopes that the message might be of encouragement during this time.”
The pictures of Soin Medical Center staff are shown starting at the 1:12 mark.