Montgomery, AL (WSFA) -- Friday was a day of firsts for Conner and Cole Howell.
"I'm excited," Conner exclaimed.
Both boys were born blind, but that wouldn't stop them from enjoying their first concert, let alone meeting one of country music's greatest performers.
"I think it's very important, because other people who are blind see what you can do. A lot of people think--if you're blind--you're no good. That's not true," said mother Krista Howell.
Like the Howell twins, living with blindness is something Ronnie Milsap knows first hand, but it's a condition he's been able to overcome through the power of song.
"We all have weaknesses, and we all have strengths. It's important to find out where you're strong as soon as you can," Milsap explained.
Before the country legend performed his greatest hits, two young twins got the chance to meet the symbol of what they could accomplish.