One American kid — pun intended, is about to realize her lifelong dream of seeing country star Kenny Chesney in concert.
And, it has our hearts filled with joy!
Camryn Jones, an eight-year-old Kentucky girl is about to celebrate her birthday. To her surprise, she was gifted with concert tickets to see the country crooner sing in Louisville, Kentucky on May 28. This dream is made possible by the Kids Wish Network, and her local Henderson Fire Department also pitched in to help. You can see video of the party the fire department gave Camryn here.
“She was speechless,” Camryn’s mother, Stacy Stewart tells Tristatehomepage, “She couldn’t even form a thought and then she started screaming and it brought tears to her face.”
While it’s no secret that Kenny has a boatload of beloved fans, Camryn certainly is a special soul. She was born with quadriplegic cerebral palsy and epilepsy, which means that Camryn is hardly able to use her limbs, let alone walk.
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While the youngster is limited in what she can do, she stays strong. And singing the words to her hero’s songs helps her keep calm. In fact, Camryn’s vibrant personality makes it hard to even notice her disability.
Currently, Kenny is on his 2016 Spread the Love tour, which features Miranda Lambert for select shows as well as Sam Hunt and Old Dominion. On June 2 Kenny will head to Rogers, Arkansas and on June 4, he will play Arlington, Texas.