Last Friday night, Jason Aldean, the country music singer, performed his first concert in Las Vegas in two years after the massacre of Route 91 of the Harvest Festival in October 2017, where an armed man shot at The crowd from a nearby hotel and killed many.
Jason took the stage and addressed the incident, albeit indirectly, stating that it was a "really special night for us." The star went on to say that it was good to see them all again.
For the most part, Rolling Stone said, Aldean tends to serve the multitude of workers, however, its role is to entertain people and, according to reports, last night focused on that one goal and one goal. During the song, "Any Ol’ Barstool, "from his 2016 album, They do not know, a man in a wheelchair was raised in the crowd and Jason shouted: "my man!"
Reportedly, Jason, who just released his last album last month, 9 9He finished the set with the song "Before She Says Baby,quot;, the song that was interrupted by the shooter two years ago in October. Jason and his band performed a version of "I Won’t Back Down,quot; by Tom Petty for the bis.
Jason played the same song on Saturday night live less than a week later As noted earlier, fifty-eight people died during the attack on Route 91 of the Harvest Festival and another died earlier this year because of injuries sustained during the shooting. 59 people died in total.
Until now, the shooting of the Harvest Festival on Route 91 was the largest in the history of the United States. The shooting, among many others, triggered a nationwide conversation about gun control in the United States for the umpteenth time.
At the time of the incident, some people on social media accused Jason of running immorally off stage during the incident, however, others defended the country singer, arguing that there was not much he could do other than running off the stage with The rest of the band.