Bobby Bones Brings in Cam, Kelsea Ballerini, Brandy Clark, Lindsay Ell and Others to Honor Orlando Shooting Victims

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In response to the Orlando shooting in the early hours of Sunday, June 12, The Bobby Bones Show paid tribute to the 50 lives lost and 53 injured by dedicating his Monday show to what is now being called the largest mass shooting in U.S. history. Many country music artists stopped by, offering their own songs and words of encouragement to fans and victims.

The hashtag #musicistherapy was developed by Bones on his personal social media networks as well as his show’s accounts. Since that time, thousands of fans have responded via social media with their own words to the tragedy.

Bones enlisted several of his close friends to stop by, with each delivering a meaningful performance.

One of the most touching moments of the show Lindsay Ell giving her rendition of the John Lennon classic, “Imagine.”

Cam sang her song “Village,” which is about the tragic loss of her best friend’s older brother.

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Thanks to @camcountry … Beautiful. Village.

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Dan + Shay stopped by to cover Rascal Flatts’ “My Wish,” and Brandy Clark added to the lineup with her performance of “Since You’ve Gone to Heaven.”