Lady Antebellum’s Heartfelt Concert Performance

Trio Joined Onstage by the Cutest Singers Imaginable

Grab some tissues, Lady Antebellum fans, because this story is going to melt your heart and make your eyes water.

During a recent tour stop in Atlanta, the Grammy-winning trio welcomed two very special guests onstage for a performance of their hit song “Compass” — 3-year-old Mallory Kate Hall and her little sister Madison.

There is absolutely nothing more adorable than kids singing their tiny hearts out to their favorite song, but Hall’s story is very, very special.

Her precious, tiny heart didn’t start out as her own: Mallory is the very lucky and successful recipient of a heart transplant.

According to Atlanta’s WSB-TV, after living the first two years of her life with dilated cardiomyopathy because of a virus, the beautiful little girl was placed on the list for a heart transplant in September 2014.

Mallory lived at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta until December when a brand new heart was finally sent her way.

Through it all, the good times and the bad, sources say Lady A’s “Compass” always made her smile and brought her entire family much comfort on the tough days.

After sharing a video of the two sisters singing on their Facebook page, Lady A got the message and the girls got their wish by joining the trio onstage for an emotional performance of the song.

Oh, and did we mention country star and Lady A tourmate Hunter Hayes got in on the action, too? Precious.

This will definitely be a night the Hall family — and Lady A and Hayes — will never forget.

Samantha is a country radio insider with a deep love for the music and its stars. She can often be found on a red carpet or at a late-night guitar pull.