Jason Aldean to Evildoers 'F*** You!!!'

Jason Aldean to Evildoers 'F*** You!!!'

That 11-minute shooting spree killed at least 58 people and wounded almost 500 others, but both Aldean and his fans displayed an indomitable spirit in his first show back since those events, with Aldean taking a few minutes to address the crowd. "A week in a half later they're in Tulsa finally getting to finish the Jason Aldean concert", the radio station writes on Facebook. It was the first time he'd returned to his regular tour schedule since October 1, when a sniper in the upper floors of a nearby hotel killed 58 attendees at Aldean's outdoor concert in Las Vegas.

"You know, every day that goes by we think about the 58 people that lost their lives", Aldean said.

Although what happened at Route 91 Harvest Festival was on the minds of everyone at the concert, Aldean hoped that the set would help bring some healing.

Aldean has repeatedly voiced dismay at the carnage but steered clear of discussion on gun control and other political issues since the shooting, which was the deadliest in modern United States history. "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". He was performing at the time of the shooting that killed 58 people and injured over 500. After beginning his set, Aldean paused to talk to the audience saying: "The one thing that's going to help more than anything is playing for you guys tonight".

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"These people are going to try and continue to do things to us to try and hold us down and be scared", he said defiantly.

"I want this to not be something that's gonna be a downer for the rest of the night", Aldean stated.

According to a story on the ABC News website, Aldean told the Tulsa audience: "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". "And you guys have been a big reason for that tonight, so thank ya'll so much for being here".

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