When Brittney Grabill turned 11 she was told she had Scoliosis – a curvature in the spine. After a year or trying many different options to correct her spine – including a full torso brace – she spent 16 hours on the surgery table getting two rods and 29 screws down her back. During the surgery, there were some major complications, and she knows her life would be much different if it wasn’t for the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
That’s why this 18-year-old singer/song-writing from Edmonton, Alberta is donating the funds from Autumn’s Song – a song on her new album, Dreams Are All You Know, to the Stollery Children’s Hospital. Autumn’s Song was written for a baby named Autumn, who was was born with many health issues and who spent more time in the hospital than you or I combined. The song was written for her baby shower, reflecting the new mother’s perspective.
Be sure to check out Brittney’s album, Dreams Are All You Know, now available on iTunes!