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Teen heart transplant patient wows crowd with duo performance

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Tia Kemp (left) and Will Hunt perform "Rise Up." Tia Kemp (left) and Will Hunt perform "Rise Up."
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Will Hunt, the teenage recipient of a heart transplant in November of last year at Vanderbilt, appears to be recovering well.

Hunt performed a cover of "Rise Up" by Audra Day with his friend, Tia Kemp at the Girls Preparatory School/MCallie talent show Sunday.

A video of Hunt singing in his hospital room went viral on social media. Hunt sang Maroon 5's "She Will Be Loved" and garnered a response on Twitter from the band's frontman Adam Levine.

READ MORE | UPDATE: McCallie student returns home after successful heart transplant surgery

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