Jason Aldean's camp remembers the fans, in the wake of tragedy

ABC/Image Group LA Jason Aldean’s record label is remembering the fans, after a gunman killed at least 58 and injured more than 500 others during Aldean’s set Sunday at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas.

“We are horrified by the events in Las Vegas overnight and relieved to report that all of our artists, their teams, and our staff are safe and uninjured,” Jon Loba, Executive Vice President of Broken Bow Music Group shared on social media Monday morning.

“The Country Music community is a FAMILY and our listeners are a part of that family,” Loba continued. “They put food on our tables and allow our artists and staff to live our dreams by going to events like last night.”

He goes on: “While our artists and staff are safe, our hearts are broken for those listeners in our extended family who just wanted to share a night of great music and the camaraderie that is the hallmark of Country Music.”

Aldean has been with the label since the very beginning of this career back in 2005. Earlier this year, the Georgia native picked up his second Entertainer of the Year trophy from the Academy of Country Music, just a short distance away at Vegas’s T-Mobile Arena.

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