mass school shooting at The Covenant School earlier this week.Sheryl Crow was among the local resident artists who performed during the vigil as hundreds of people gathered to mourn the tragic loss of life.Crow, who has been a Nashville-area resident for more than 15 years, accompanied herself at a piano to sing «I Shall Believe,» a hymn-like track from her 1993 album, . «Come to me now, and lay your hands on me,» Crow sang. «Say it will be all right, and I shall believe.» She ended the song with the chorus of Dionne Warwick’s «What the World Needs Now (Is Love, Sweet Love).»Margo Price, an outspoken advocate for gun safety, also performed, singing an a cappella version of Bob Dylan’s «Tears of Rage.»Both Price and Crow spoke out on social media in the wake of Monday's fatal shooting, calling not just for gun safety but an end to the senseless violence that continues in this country.Also in attendance, was first lady Jill Biden, along with a host of local and state elected officials, police officers, and clergy members.Speaking to the crowd, Nashville Mayor John Cooper thanked mourners for gathering after what he called was the city's «worst day.»«Just two days ago was our city's worst day,» Cooper said. «And Deputy Mayor Heywood and Laura and I want to thank all of you for being here today.
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