Smith, 42, patted her hand on the letters: “Neysa T.” On either side of her, a brick wall running along Westcliff Drive was adorned with 57 more colorful hearts containing the names of the other men and women killed in Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.
John Rich of Big & Rich says, “I will tell you, I’m sure there will be another Route 91 and I hope they invite us to play in it.”
Singer Jason Aldean and other stars honored victims of a mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas instead of accepting awards at the CMT Artists of the Year show Wednesday night.
After going into hiding shortly after the Route 91 Harvest tragedy, the Mandalay Bay security guard surfaced on Wednesday’s episode of the daytime talk show.
By all accounts, Jesus Campos has not disappeared. He’s landed on Ellen DeGeneres’ couch.
Las Vegas musician Bryan Hopkins tells how he and others eluded the shooter’s bullets during the Route 91 Harvest music festival Oct. 1, including taking refuge in a refrigerated compartment and later making dash to safety.
For a brief but welcome 90 minutes Wednesday, the hospital’s usual sounds were replaced by the sweet, soulful, moving, rocking notes of country music during a concert at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center for staff and patients recovering from the festival shooting.
Assorted musicians gathered Monday night at the Mercy Lounge on Cannery Row for “Nashville Gives Back: A Benefit Concert for Las Vegas.”
Country music star Dierks Bentley visited University Medical Center on Monday, where he played an acoustic set and said he’s “at a total loss for words” over the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
Star DJs Tiesto, Kaskade, Steve Aoki and more will team up Nov. 7 at Omnia in Caesars Palace for a concert to benefit victims of the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.