Jason Aldean and his crew may have survived the Las Vegas shooting, but their hearts will always remember the tragic incident that killed at least 59 concertgoers and injured more than 500 individuals. It was reported that the country singer was onstage to perform the final set for the Route 91 Country Music Festival when gunfire was heard on Sunday night.

The country singer quickly stormed off the stage when the perpetrator rained down the second round of gunfire at the audience. Similarly, thousands of concertgoers fled the area and looked for ways to hide as bullets flew around them.

Mass shooting in Las Vegas

Authorities later identified Stephen Craig Paddock as the suspect behind the deadly attack, who reportedly shot from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The 64-year-old retired accountant was found dead in his hotel room where the police also discovered high-end weapons and explosives.

Following the incident, Jason Aldean announced the cancellation of his weekend's shows in California out of respect for the victims and the bereaved families of those who did not survive the mass shooting. The country singer felt it was the right thing to do in this difficult time.

He even encouraged the American people to act and stand together as one in order to make the U.S.

better than it has ever been. The "Big Green Tractor" artist also extended his thoughts and condolences to the people affected by the tragedy.

Singer's wife speaks up after Las Vegas shooting

His wife, Brittany Aldean, also recounted her experience at the venue. The former "American Idol" contestant, who is pregnant with her first child with the country singer, admitted that it has been hard to process what took place at the Las Vegas concert.

In an Instagram post, Brittany Aldean said the first thing that came to her mind after hearing the gunfire was to run to her husband, who was performing on stage. As the mass shooting continued, the couple hid behind music equipment to avoid getting shot by flying bullets.

Brittany Aldean said they were fortunate to have survived the deadly attack.

She, however, is brokenhearted over the lives lost and the families grieving the deaths of their loved ones in the incident. The expecting mother also expressed her gratitude to the first responders for providing immediate medical attention to wounded individuals and for securing the safety of thousands of people in the vicinity.