Cole Swindell Performs “You Should Be Here” At Orlando Shooting Benefit

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Cole Swindell‘s No. 1 hit “You Should Be Here” has touched lives since he released the song written about his late father. The personal and all-too-relatable song was especially powerful last night at K 92.3 FM’s Country Strong, Orlando’s Night of Healing and Country Music event, which honored the lost lives from last weekend’s mass shooting.

The show featured nine country acts, Swindell, Michael Ray, Tyler Farr, Parmalee, Easton Corbin, Maddie & Tae, Billy Currington, Jerrod Niemann, and Canaan Smith, who selflessly donated their time to raise funds for the victims’ families in the wake of an enormous tragedy. During the show, Swindell performed his moving hit for the Orlando Strong crowd of 8,000, giving the song new meaning as it relates to the forty-nine innocent lives lost at Pulse Night Club.

Watch K 92.3’s video of Swindell’s performance by clicking here. Our continued prayers go out to those who lost loved ones during this senseless incident, and our sincere gratitude is extended to the artists who took the time to share their talents for this wonderful cause.

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