Soldier That Made Miranda Lambert Cry Gets Amazing Opportunity

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Just days after the story of a soldier bringing the country star to tears on stage went viral, he is getting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity thanks to some loving members of his community and Miranda Lambert‘s team! 

On Friday, August 19th, Jeff Tudisca attended Lambert’s concert in Hartford, CT with a sign he made for her. During the middle of her song “The House That Built Me”, she spotted his sign in the audience and immediately got choked up. 

Tudisca’s sign read “3 combat tours…your voice was the last thing I listened to every night! Thank you!

The video of Lambert holding his sign up and being brought to tears from it instantly went viral and a local radio station interviewed Tudisca. In that interview, they discovered that he didn’t get a chance to meet her that night…so they set out to change that! 

One of the show’s co-hosts, Cory Myers, pulled some strings and was able to get Tudisca some meet-and-greet passes for another one of her performances in the area – something that he was stunned to find out and is really a dream come true for him!

This Friday, August 26th, Tudisca will finally get the chance he’s been waiting for! 

Listen to the radio show’s announcement to Tudisca below! 

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