Lana Turner is a seven year old who likes dolls, loves her rocker dad and will never forget the day she was on stage while he played.
"It was fun I got to sit back behind the drums," she said.
Lana is also a cancer survivor, diagnosed with at age three. She spent years battling the disease, and battle she did.
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"She just wanted to be around people. She didn't want to be in a bed," her mother Shannon Turner explained.
Then came the day when she didn't have to. There's no evidence of the disease in her body now. For that, this thankful family wants to give back in a big way on a stage, where Lana likes to sit.
For 217 performances her father's band, Blackberry Smoke, has been saving money from fan meet and greets.
They've collected $35,000 in donations, all to donation to the Aflac Cancer center at Children's Heathcare. It's all to say thanks for good healt and good treatment of a little girl.
The band's final benefit is Friday night after their performance at the Tabernacle.