Mark A. Philbrick, BYU
BYU's a cappella group Vocal Point recently went to a hospital and performed for a fan who was unable to attend the group's performance due to an emergency surgery.

SALT LAKE CITY — When Helen Jamison couldn't make it to one of Vocal Point's recent concerts, BYU's a capella group did the next best thing: They brought the show to Jamison.

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The Vocal Point fan had undergone an emergency surgery and was in the hospital, unable to use her ticket for the show, according to LDS Living. One of Jamison's family members messaged Vocal Point and explained the situation, asking if the group could possibly come and perform at the hospital.

To the family's surprise, Vocal Point showed up, surrounded Jamison's bed and gave a 12-minute performance that included "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" by Queen and Rascal Flatts' "Backwards." Watch the full performance here.

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