WATCH: Nashville Community Comes Together With Charity Concert Following Shooting

On Saturday, residents of Nashville joined together following the mass shooting that took place at Covenant Elementary School earlier this week.

The massacre led to the death of three nine-year-old children and three elderly staff members who have been identified as Evelyn Dieckhaus, nine, Hallie Scruggs, 9, William Kinney, 9, Cynthia Peak, 61, Katherine Koonce, 60, and Mike Hill, 61.

In response, Nashville has come together with Robby Starbuck posted a clip of a concert along with a caption: “Nashville is standing together against evil right now and lifting up praise to God. I couldn’t be more proud. Thank you for coming!”

This isn’t the first concert that is going to take place in the coming days. On Tuesday, a charity concert will take place with Eric and Jessie James Decker to raise money for mental health services for those impacted by the shooting.


The Fund Recovery Charity Dinner & Concert takes place on Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the The Twelve Thirty Club in downtown Nashville, as reported by Fox 17.

Other performances and appearances at the concert will be from JT Hodges, Eric and Jessie James Decker, RaeLynn, Jason Crabb, Butch Walker, Jay, Jeremy Popoff from the band Lit, Eric Paslay, Ty Herndon, Tyler Rich, and former Nashville Mayor Megan Barry.

In addition there will be a number of football hall of famers at the dinner including Anthony Munoz, Warren Moon, Steve Atwater, Steve Hutchinson and LeRoy Butler. Also, former Titans stars Delanie Walker, Taylor Lewan and Ben Jones.

As the Nashville community attempts to put the pieces back together following the tragedy that took place Monday, it is good to see that the community has been able to unite in communal solidarity with one another.

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