Country music had a huge weekend with 2017's Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif., and Cam made it a whole lot better when she brought an aspiring young singer up to sing with her.

In a video posted to Instagram, Cam sings her breakout hit "Burning House" with a young girl named Addy — a fourth grader from her hometown of Lafayette, Calif., who has been inspired by the country singer's journey to fame.

With a big smile on her face, Addy clings onto the country star as they sing together before taking the mic on her own as the crowd cheers her on. The sweet performance ends with Cam wrapping Addy in a big hug, beaming with pride.

"Addy is a fourth grader from the town I grew up in, she loves signing and was so inspired to hear I started singing in fourth grade too. So I surprised her and brought her up for a little singalong last night," Cam explains in posting the video.

The 10th edition of Stagecoach Festival brought many of country music's brightest stars out to Indio, Calif. Shania Twain, Dierks Bentley and Kenny Chesney all dazzled the crowd as headliners, with Twain debuting her new single "Life's About to Get Good" in addition to bringing Kelsea Ballerini and Nick Jonas out to join her for “Any Man of Mine" and “Party for Two,” respectively.

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