Perinatal loss poses unique challenges to grief work because of the complexity of dynamics it carries. Historically shrouded in socially and culturally based belief systems often impeding normal grief responses, the barriers to healthy processing have been surmounted in recent decades. The emergence of music therapy in partnership with social work is one such approach to addressing both anticipatory grief and bereavement of parents enduring the death of their infant prenatally. This retrospective article highlights the resourcing of popular music within a clinical music therapy approach to the curation of a perinatal bereavement event within a large hospital system in a metropolitan area. Popular music as a ubiquitous art form lends tangibility and relevance to the complicated themes of perinatal loss in a manner that invites bereft parents into a forum of acceptance and acknowledgment of a loss that for too long has remained in the shadows.