Here’s my prediction: the impressive lead vocal harmonies of Vanderbilt Heart & Vascular Institute’s cardiology fellow Dr. David Kim and 4th year med student Laura Tortora are so good that these folks just might have a real future in music (in case that doctoring thing doesn’t work out!)
Let’s not forget their fellow Vanderbilt Heart Sounds musical group member, the fantastic cath lab CVT Scott Guyton either, and for that matter, the whole gang of Vanderbilt singers and musicians who put together this catchy earworm of a song.
Watch also for surprise cameo appearances by rockers/heart patients Billy Burnette and Edward King among other Vanderbilt-helped survivors throughout.
This infectious song is an original composition co-written by Vanderbilt Cardiac Surgery’s admin assistant Kurt Eger and cardiologist Dr. Mark Glazer. It was produced to promote the American Heart Association’s Nashville Heart Walk last weekend.
Hope this fundraising event was a huge success for a great cause, and congrats on such a terrific musical production. Hey – it’s Nashville, right?