When Country star Josh Turner was in college, he would spend a lot of time in his apartment making beautiful music. At the time, he had no idea that his songs and storytelling would be so impactful out in the real world, and also have the power to heal others.
After he made it big and sang at the coveted Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, he began to really realize the gravity that his music had on his fans, including one autistic boy named Logan Blade. Logan could barely communicate with others, but his condition improved with the song. As Josh pointed out, Logan’s autism “goes away” when he’s in front of a microphone.
While Logan continues to have severe communication issues, when he sings it’s as if the world fades away and he finds comfort ““ even in front of large crowds. When Josh found out that Logan’s favorite song is one of his, “The Long Black Train,” he had to invite Logan up on stage for a duet. Watch the magic unfold when Logan steps on stage and completely transforms in front of the microphone, proving that music indeed does have the extraordinary power to heal.