94FM The Fish and Hannah Kerr Grant a Wish

Pictured l-r (back row) Caryn Cruise, Fish Middays, Kevin Anderson, Fish GM, Jeremy Sweat, Fish PD, Hannah Kerr, Jackie (Mother), Robert (Father), Kimmie Zucal Fish Promotions, Jayme Summers, Fish Weekends.  l-r (Front row) Luke (brother) and Leilani

(Nashville, TN) WFFH/WFFI/WBOZ 94 FM the FISH partnered with Ole South Builders, Black River Christian and Hannah Kerr for an intimate Christmas living room show that turned out to be an unexpected blessing. Make a Wish Foundation reached out on behalf of a family whose daughter has been battling Leukemia. 6 year old Leilani’s wish was to see Hannah Kerr because Hannah’s song Warrior is the song she listens to when they go to treatments. The family had been hoping to make a trip to see Music City one day so their wishes were granted all at once. Leilani and her family traveled from Arizona to Nashville for the weekend to meet Hannah and hear her sing the song that has given them so much strength. Leilani is doing well and is nearing the end of her treatments with the hope of a full healing.

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