Maren Morris played her own set, filling the Las Vegas Strip with the sounds of a country singer. It took place on 1st October, one night before a gunman opened fire caused killing of 58 people at the Route 91 Harvest festival, On Sunday at the Grammy Awards 2018, during a discussion with Rolling Stone hours, Morris broke ranks once again with the conservative wing of country music. She added when asked to offer some potential solutions to America’s plague of mass shootings that “having this open conversation about gun rights would be a beginning and it will lead to alterations in the legislation”. The performance of Morris, “I Could Use a Love Song” was nominated for a 2018 Grammy for taking her own part in encouraging a positive change.
It is important that gun control has always been a sticky issue within the mainstream community of the country. Tim McGraw was criticized by firearms advocates when he performed at a benefit show in July 2015. The show was organized by the families affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Billy Currington was also booked to play the same event but withdrew from the lineup due to any type of expected blowback from his own audience. The community of the country responded similarly mixed to the Route 91. Some artists, such as Rosanne Cash and Margo Price expressed their hope for increased gun security. They said that they feel like tonight would bring some feelings to the survivors and families of victims.
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