Have you ever cried while you are listening to the music at a concert hall or at home?
With their beautiful melody, lyrics, and voices, singers have an ability to touch people’s heart and sometimes make them cry. Even though the language is different, it is possible to be moved by the music.
Music transcends all boundaries: countries, languages, cultures, and so on.
Miranda Lambert, an American singer and songwriter, is one of the most loved country musicians in the States. She was able to touch millions of country music fans, which is a large population in the United States.
Her concerts are similar to those of idols; there are screaming, shouting, and crying fans to try to get her attention.
At the XFINITY Center in Hartford, CT, she had a concert. She presented the unforgettable time from and for her audience.
Thanks to Jim Suller, the clip of her singing “The House That Built Me” went viral through the internet.
In the video below, as she starts the song, everyone screams but few seconds after the beginning, she stops. She witnesses a handwritten sign in the audience.
She grabs it and shows it to everyone in the concert hall.
It was a message from a soldier, who listens to her song every night before he goes to bed. The soldier thanks her for helping him to overcome his hard times listening to her song.
She was so touched by her effect on the soldier and broke down into tears onstage. She is such an amazing singer who appreciates the love of her fans.
Watch the video below to check what the message is and leave a message in the comment section below to Miranda and the soldier at the concert.
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