Did my first night as a volunteer musician on call in the ICU, oncology and transplant wards at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. My duo partner has a killer voice and I play acoustic with a ToneWood Amp on the back (my secret weapon). You have to play from the MOC approved song list, no songs about death, heaven, hell, drugs, sex, religion or politics (unless they ask). But it doesn't matter, the people are just so grateful. It changes their whole mindset. We played/sang What A Wonderful World, Moon River, Sweet Pea (Amos Lee), Amazing Grace, Melissa, and a few others for two hours on three floors. A couple of folks started to cry and I almost did too. 14 patients and 13 family members. One guy was asking about my guitar how did I get it to sound so good and we got so many sincere compliments and thanks yous, it was very, very moving. I'm on regular rotation now so I'll be doing this monthly. So great to use whatever minor skills I have to raise the spirits of folks in such rough shape. The hospital staff was awesome too. We get valet parking and a $7 cafeteria voucher, but no other comp. But honestly I would pay to do it, it was so damn rewarding.