Grammy Awards To Remember Victims of Concert Violence with Country Tribute


The tragedy that occurred at Las Vegas' Route 91 Harvest Festival back in the fall was the largest mass shooting in American history and the Recording Academy will remember all of those lost and injured from not only that show, but all affected by concert violence.

Maren Morris, Eric Church and Brothers Osborne were all on the bill performing at the Vegas country festival at the end of September/beginning of October and will reunite for a special tribute at this year's Grammy Awards hosted by James Corden.


While it is unknown what the trio of artists will sing, it should be recalled that both Eric and Maren released songs immediately following the devastation. Eric honored one of the Vegas victims with a new song titled "Why Not Me" at the Grand Ole Opry and Maren released "Dear Hate" to her social media following.

This will be the first time that Brothers Osborne has performed at the Grammys who are nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. In addition, Maren is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for "I Could Use A Love Song."

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