- Country singer suspended his tour after Las Vegas massacre
- He tells Oklahoma audience he’s playing show he intended before tragedy
Aldean was performing when the gunfire erupted, forcing him in addition to his band to flee the stage as bullets rained down on concertgoers.
He suspended his tour immediately after the tragedy.
“I feel like out of respect for the victims, their families in addition to our fans, of which is usually the right thing to do,” Aldean said in a statement. “of which has been an emotional time for everyone involved This specific week, so we plan to take some time to mourn the ones we have lost in addition to be close with our family in addition to friends.”
of which fateful night was on Aldean’s mind when he resumed his They Don’t Know Tour on Thursday at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
“I want This specific not to be something of which’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 of which the people in Las Vegas came to see in addition to didn’t get a chance to.”
The victims coming from of which night have not been far coming from Aldean’s mind.
Two of Las Vegas shooting survivors were present at Thursday’s concert, according to Tulsa radio station KWEN-FM (K95.5).
“These two were saving lives within the Las Vegas shooting,” said a photo caption posted on the station’s Facebook page. “A week in a half later they’re in Tulsa finally getting to finish the Jason Aldean concert.”