Big & Rich Speak Out About 'Horrifying' Las Vegas Massacre

Big & Rich Speak Out About 'Horrifying' Las Vegas Massacre

"Our hearts go out at this senseless loss, but we won't let this stop us or put fear in our hearts when we go out there and celebrate our music with our fans", he said.

Country duo Big & Rich are speaking out to "Extra" about the horrific shooting in Las Vegas last night.

"I think we all know that without men and women who are willing to fight for our freedoms in this country, we don't get to assemble like this and have insane country music concerts in the middle of Las Vegas, Nevada". What they told us was that they thought there were multiple active shooters and didn't know where they were. "We had just met him before the show, but this bright-eyed kid was so excited to meet Big & Rich said". But what I do know is that the country music community will face it with strength and resilience.

"Every room in that hotel practically had the most stellar views of the venue". I was watching all the fans coming into the festival. "There were people weeping, sobbing screaming". "Within minutes, there were police and SWAT teams across the city, and people were running scared everywhere". "Now, it's just shock and just heartbroken".

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Police said they believed Paddock acted alone.

John said that while they have been able to check in with many people they "haven't spoken to Jason [Aldean] yet".

As they do in the majority of their musical performances, Big & Rich had called up veterans and first responders, introduced them to the audience, toasted them and together sang, "God Bless America". John explained, "It is America and we do have the right to make music and live, but it is going to be interesting going forward, the changes that will probably happen, the security measures going into these tours. NOW", he said. "My biggest regret is that I stubbornly didn't realize it until my brothers on the road and myself were threatened by it".

"They were on it quick", Kenny noted, insisting the ordeal hasn't broken his spirit: "Fear will not overcome us", he says.

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