A special moment unfolded between Tim McGraw and a fan at his recent "Soul2Soul Tour" stop in Milwaukee. While performing his song "Live Like You Were Dying," McGraw walked to the side of the stage and held the hand of Alison Bryant, a teacher from Peru, Illinois, who is battling cancer. Tears streamed down Bryant's face as McGraw clasped her hand during the tune, which is about living life to fullest in the face of adversity. The singer likely knew Bryant was suffering from cancer, as she was wearing a headscarf during the show.
News Tribune of La Salle, Illinois, caught up with Alison after the show and asked her about the special moment. She told them, "I was star struck at first, but the compassion from him and Faith Hill, and the people around me will always be with me. It will be in my heart."