Musicians who performed at the Las Vegas music festival that became the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history paid tribute to the shooting victims at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

Eric Church, Brothers Osborne and Maren Morris performed a cover of Eric Clapton’s “Tears in Heaven” as the names of the 58 victims were displayed behind them.


“On Oct. 1, all of country music was reminded, in the most tragic way, the connection we share with our fans and the healing power music will always provide,” T.J. Osborne said before the performance.

Stephen Paddock opened fire on the country music festival from the nearby Mandalay Bay hotel on Oct. 1, leaving dozens dead.

"Maren, us and Eric performed that weekend at Route 91 Harvest Festival, and we feel very closely connected to that tragedy," John Osborne told Billboard ahead of the ceremony.

"We feel as artists, we're indebted to these people and indebted to the world to try to shed some light on this really terrible thing. Hopefully, along the way, we can bring a little happiness and maybe some peace to somebody."