A girl named Taylor, who is 7, was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a bone cancer popular with children in families that have a history of tumors. The only thing she wants is to be a singer. Her parents say that with her diagnosis, treatments prescribed to them could impact Taylor's growth. Taylor has been given on and off chemotherapy treatments since she was diagnosed. Lisa and Geoffery were given a recommendation to go to Make-A-Wish, to cheer her up. Her parents hesitated for a while, they were embarrassed, but finally, Lisa spoke up, "Then I just had to look at the bigger picture, outside of myself and feelings about how I could be perceived," Lisa says. "This was for Taylor. And if she could have an amazing experience out of connecting with a group, how could I deny her that?" "After everything she had gone through, who could say no to a little bit of joy?" After her parents finally said yes to a wish, she was taken to a real recording studio and given a tour and a chance to try it out herself and had a party to play her new album release, taken to Rome and Sydney, and was given a real human hair wig.