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Lauren Alaina Joins ACM Lifting Lives Music Campers To Perform Original Song


Lauren Alaina joined hit songwriters and a group of up-and-coming artists for the 14th annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp with Vanderbilt Kennedy Center earlier this month. ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp is a week-long residential program for individuals with Williams syndrome, a genetic condition, who are passionate about music. Thirty campers from all around the U.S., as well as one camper from Australia, participated in writing an original song with some of Nashville’s top songwriters. The camp culminated with a live performance of the song, called “Wrap Me Up,” on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

Stars who joined the campers throughout the week in addition to Lauren included Ross Copperman, Charles Esten, J.T. Harding, Tiera Kennedy, Madeline Merlo, Frank Ray, Restless Road, Taryn Papa, and Tigirlily Gold.

ACM Lifting Lives is the philanthropic partner of the Academy of Country Music.