Jason Aldean Returns To Stage In Tulsa After Las Vegas Shooting

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Country star Jason Aldean has returned to the stage for the first time since the mass shooting in Las Vegas which left 59 dead and hundreds wounded.

The singer was performing at the Route 91 festival on 1 October when Stephen Paddock fired into the crowd from his suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel.

He went on to note the outpouring of support and care that come from across the USA for those affected by the shooting.

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"I hope none of you guys ever experience anything like that".

"I feel like out of respect for the victims, their families and our fans, it is the right thing to do", Aldean said in a statement.

Over the almost two weeks since the deadliest shooting in modern USA history, Jason has paid tribute to the 58 people who lost their lives by opening Saturday Night Live with the late Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down", and returned to Vegas to visit with some of the almost 500 who were injured.

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Aldean called on his fans to resist the urge to live in fear, rallying for more of the kind of unity he says he's seen since the Las Vegas shooting. "I think the one thing that is probably going to help us more than anything is playing for you guys tonight, so thank you so much for coming out". "Even though people might not have physical scars, it's gonna be a mental thing for a lot of people for a long time".

"Sometimes this country can be really divided, but it's been really cool to see all the love and support that's been going on after the last ten days or so".

"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. "You guys have helped us take the next step toward doing what we need to do: get out and play music and do what we do every night".

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