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Jason Aldean resumes tour after mass shooting in Las Vegas

13 October 2017

The trek is named after both Jason's latest album, and his single, which is now vying for #1. "They Don't Know" led into "The Only Way I Know", which segued into "Johnny Cash".

The country star resumed his concert tour Thursday night in Tulsa, OK and opened with comforting words for the Las Vegas shooting victims. As soon as Jason hit the stage, he performed for a bit and then felt like it was time to speak out about being back on the stage.

He admitted he was unsure about how to play the first show back, since he wasn't sure how fans would react.

"Every day we think about the 58 people that lost their lives, I don't really count that a-- that was willing to shoot." he said. He was performing at the time of the shooting that killed 58 people and injured over 500. He also issued a rallying cry for Americans to come together.

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Aldean reminded the crowd not to "live in fear" or "be scared and not go out and do what it is that we want to do; whether it's go to a concert or go to a ball game or go to the mall or go to a movie". "We don't really care what you try to say, what you try to do to us".

"I want this not to be something that's going to be a downer for the rest of the night", Aldean told the audience in video of the concert posted on social media. "I want to play the show for you guys that the people in Las Vegas came to see and didn't get a chance to".

Thursday night Jason Aldean got to finish what he started in Las Vegas. He confessed it had been a struggle to physically stage the show, since most of his equipment is still part of a crime scene. "It's been a really tough thing to deal with for all of us up here, and I think the one thing that's probably gonna help us more than anything is playing for you guys tonight, so thank y'all so much for coming out". "Thank you for allowing us to be here tonight".

Jason Aldean resumes tour after mass shooting in Las Vegas