MISSOULA, Mont -

A large crowd packed into the Top Hat in downtown Missoula.  They were there to listen to inspirational performer, Pato Banton.  Banton is known for interacting with audience members and guiding his performances around their contributions.  

4-year-old Cash Hyde died in November, after a brave battle with brain cancer.  Hyde changed the face of pediatric cancer care and pioneered alternative treatment as the world's youngest medical marijuana patient.  Hyde inspired other families and communities to come together in the face of devastating diseases.

The Cash Hyde Foundation now holds community events and other fund-raisers to help other children.  It also holds an account for donations at the First Montana Bank in Missoula.