On Oct. 1, 58 people were killed in Las Vegas after Stephen Paddock opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
One of those people was Brennan Stewart, a country music fan who often covered his favorite songs on social media.
In the wake of his death, one specific video of Stewart's is now going viral, with the 30-year-old performing a cover of Cole Swindell's "You Should Be Here" in the clip, which was originally uploaded in Oct. 2016.
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Swindell, who has previously shared that he wrote the song in memory of his late father, posted a photo of Stewart on Facebook on Oct. 5.
"This is Brennan Stewart. HUGE country music fan," Swindell wrote. "He was 1 of the 59 that never made it home Sunday night. I’ve seen his cover of “You Should Be Here” and it’s absolutely heartbreaking. I will be thinking of him and the others who lost their lives every time I sing that song."
In a statement to the Las Vegas
"Brennan was the kind of guy who always put others before himself; including up to the moment he lost his life, Brennan shielded his girlfriend and helped others to safety," the statement continued. "Brennan made close friends quickly; was loved and will be missed greatly by family and friends, but his memory will live on."
Photo Credit: Facebook / Cole Swindell