Luke Bryan Makes 4-Year-Old Autistic Boy’s Dream Come True

Luke Bryan may make platinum albums, but he’s got a heart of gold.

After the mother of a 4-year-old with Asperger syndrome (a form of autism) wrote a heartfelt letter to local radio station WGNA in Albany, N.Y., detailing the enjoyment and confidence Luke’s music gives her son, the station arranged for mother and son to tour WGNA. The big surprise came when Luke called in to the show and played the boy’s favorite song, “Play It Again.”

Props to Luke for proving again that he's one of the good guys. Check out the video for the full story.

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