04 March 2008

Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice Cast sing for charity

Cast of Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice came together to do Good Medicine, a show that would help raise funds for the show's writers (who had no pay for the last three months).
True "Grey’s" fans know that Sara Ramirez, who plays Dr. Callie Torres, won the 2005 Tony for her role as 'The Lady of the Lake' in Monty Python's "Spamalot." I knew this, but I still had no idea how well this chick can sing! Her booming voice brought the house to its feet with a performance of the song "Meadowlark."


T.R. got his start in musical theater and has appeared on Broadway. Just before he tackled the song "Losing My Mind/You Could Drive A Person Crazy" from Sondheim’s "Follies" he begged for a little understanding, "It's been 13 years since I've done something like this and I'm following Sara Ramirez."


Not to be outdone, the "Private Practice" docs had their chance to show off their stuff. Paul Adelstein, who plays Dr. Cooper Freedman, picked up a guitar and sang "Slip Slidin Away" and later busted out on the piano to "California Stars" as his co-star Tim Daly played guitar, Amy Brenneman braved vocals (and the tambourine) alongside Chris Lowell, who as it turns out can play a mean harmonica.
Read more of what happened to that charity event here. But watch the video below: