Sunday's devastating attack in Las Vegas saw 64-year-old Stephen Paddock killing 59 people and injuring over 500 after firing on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel.
Keep scrolling to see a few tributes from country's finest.
Cyrus kicked off "Miley Week" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with a moving performance of her 2009 hit "The Climb."
“In honor of the lives lost, injured and affected by the tragic shooting in Vegas, @fallontonight & I dedicated this show to not only mourning this horrific event but using this platform to encourage unity, peace & hopefulness!" Cyrus wrote on Instagram after the show.
"So we started this week off with a song I haven’t performed in years … #TheClimb . These words mean more now to me than ever … 'Keep The Faith' ….. Sending love to ALL! Enjoy the show tonight & #MileyWeek …. hope we can make you smile even thru so much pain,” the singer added.
The star also performed a cover of Dido's 2013 single, "No Freedom," with Adam Sandler.
Urban led a series of tributes during a vigil held at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville Monday night. The star performed Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” for the crowd after delivering moving words about the tragic event.
“I started this morning finding out about it and being shell-shocked. My 9-year-old asked, ‘Dad, you seem quiet,’ ” Urban told the audience about daughter Sunday Rose. “I said, ‘Yeah a lot of people died last night,’ and she said, ‘Did you know any of them?’ ”
“They’re like family," he added of the fans that lost their lives. "It’s the one thing about country music. It is a community. I do know those people. It just hit me."
Country star Vince Gill also performed at the vigil, singing "Go Rest High On That Mountain."
“Thank you for the opportunity to come and lift up [the] families who lost somebody last night,” Gill told the audience. “I’m honored to be here as a voice for the innocent … May we never lose our voice for innocent people.”
“I think more than anything we have to stick up for innocent people. If we lose sight of that, we’ve lost everything. As long as there is somebody that might have a voice for those that have been stilled… we gotta fight the fight,” he added to People.
“Kindness would solve it all… Any problem you can imagine. Just kindness towards one another would solve every living problem we have,” he said.
Combs, who had performed at the festival and was backstage when the shooting began, performed his song, "Used to You," on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night.
The singer explained on Twitter that he was at Kimmel's studio to tape a performance that would air at a later date, but Kimmel asked if he would be willing to perform that night and he immediately agreed.
"Music is a healer," Combs wrote. "In this overwhelming darkness, I believe we will find hope when we rise together. Fans, it is the blessing of my life to get to make music with you and for you every day. Tonight, may we find light and hope in the chaos.”
Brooks used his weekly "Studio G" Facebook Live broadcast to share a message of hope after the attack.
“I’m very proud of how the audience handled itself,” Brooks said of concertgoers who shielded others with their bodies. “Character flows in country music. All our love to the victims, to the
Brooks thanked the police officers, first
“Here’s my advice: the show must go on,” he said. “When things get bad, music and musicians go to work …
Photo Credit: YouTube / The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Instagram / @MileyCyrus