The nation village is entrance together in a arise of a Las Vegas shooting.
As reported, domestic militant Stephen Paddock non-stop glow during Jason Aldean‘s set during a Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Vegas on Sunday, murdering 59 people and injuring some-more than 500 others.
On Monday night, Nashville hosted a candlelight burial profitable reverence to those influenced by a tragedy.
“I started this morning anticipating out about it and being shell-shocked. My 9-year-old asked, ‘Dad, we seem quiet.’ we said, ‘Yeah a lot of people died final night,’ and she said, ‘Did we know any of them?’ They’re like family. It’s a one thing about nation music. It is a community. we do know those people. It only strike me.”
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Also during a burial were Nashville‘s Charles Esten, Alison Krauss, and Vince Gill, who sang Rest High on a Mountain.
All donations done to a Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Music City Cares Fund will go to Las Vegas “to assistance with a evident and long-term needs of victims,” a classification announced on Twitter.
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