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Miracle Kid Bringing Country Music Together

When 10-year-old Chase calls his children’s hospital his “home away from home,” he means it. Chase spent over 150 nights at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, with at least 35 of those in the Pediatric Critical Care Unit.

Earlier this month, Chase got to walk the red carpet at the Country Music Awards and share his story. In the same week, he acted as tour guide to several country artists and gave tours of his hospital in addition to helping interview these celebrities on CMN Hospitals’ Untold Miracles Podcast in Seacrest Studios.

Country artists Cole Swindell, Jon Pardi, Eric Paslay, and Noah Schnacky visited the hospital, met Chase, and interacted with other patients in critical care.

The artists shared miracles from their personal and professional lives on the podcast and episodes will air in December and January. Chase and other patients in Seacrest Studios got to ask questions on the podcast such as, “Do you have a girlfriend?” and “Do you have any pets?”

Chase continues to share his story and inspire country music artists to Change Kids’ Health, Change the Future.