Maren Morris, Eric Church, & Brothers Osborne Honor Fallen Country Fans at Grammys

Though much of the country music genre was honored off screen for the 60th annual Grammy Awards, a very special group received much-deserved time during the live broadcast. That country group consisted of the fifty-eight victims who lost their lives at Las Vegas’ Route 91 Harvest Festival on October 1, 2017.

Sharing the stage to perform Eric Clapton’s emotional “Tears In Heaven” were Maren Morris, Eric Church, and Brothers Osborne. The three beloved acts kept their performance subdued and simple, singing in front of a wall of victims’ names on display, reminding the world of the lives senselessly taken on a night meant for carefree fun.

Watch one of the most poignant and memorable performances of the night here:




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