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Tkachuk sends jersey to viral singing sensation for Calgary performance

Flames forward is a fan of Ramsey, who gained fame performing in a store

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A little gift from Matthew Tkachuk helped cure Mason Ramsey's "Lovesick Blues."

The 11-year old singer, who went viral while singing the famous Hank Williams song in a Wal Mart store, performed at the Cowboys Music Festival during the Calgary Stampede, the 10-day party event in Western Canada.

Ramsey showed off a special jersey sent to him before the performance.

Tweet from @NHLFlames: Legend. pic.twitter.com/7jqlENs3Y9

According to the Flames, forward Matthew Tkachuk is a fan of Ramsey's and sent the jersey to welcome the native of Golconda, Illinois, to Calgary and wish him luck in the performance.

Since his first video went viral, Ramsey has performed at Coachella and the Carolina Country Music Festival, among others.

Tkachuk shared the photo of Ramsey and his jersey on Instagram, posting "Shoutout to this young legend for crushing his performance in Calgary last night! Calgary witnessed greatness! #yodel".

For the Flames, it wasn't their first involvement with the Stampede,as Johnny Gaudreau, Mike Smith were among players to participate in the opening parade.

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