MADISON (WKOW) -- A rocker turned researcher is making music to save lives.
UW-Madison researcher Adrian Grimes is working on familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. His researcher is funded by the American Heart Association.
Grimes, who focused on his music earlier in this life, wrote a song to return the favor and help the AHA. Proceeds from "The Best of My Heart" go to the American Heart Association.
Click on the video to hear Grimes perform the song live on Wake Up Wisconsin.
You can download the song yourself to help out the AHA on iTunes or Amazon.
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