Central West country singer Clancy Pye turned the rear of Orange Hospital into a stage to sing for a good cause on Wednesday.
Pye, who is also a senior physiotherapist with the Orange Health Service, performed as part of a push to encourage more people to donate blood.
The Red Love blood drive is aimed at having more blood supplies for the hospital to help save lives.
The campaign is just six donations short of its goal of 1000 and Pye has written a song for the campaign.
It's been a big year for the singer who made the top 10 for the 2020 Toyota Starmaker competition at the Tamworth country music festival.
Her debut single Get Lost hit number one on the iTunes country chart in May.
A debut self-titled EP followed in September featuring five of her own songs.
She has now begun performing the songs as part of the EP release at venues including her home-town of Oberon and in Bathurst.
The tour will also include supporting Adam Harvey as part of the Great Southern Nights series of gigs.
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