Maddie & Tae were just two of several country singers who joined forces for Country Strong: Orlando's Night of Healing & Country Music to provide support after last week’s tragedy.

The duo sang their poignant "After the Storm Blows Through" for the Florida audience, with Maddie Marlow dedicating the song to the city suffering after the tragic shooting last week.

"We feel for y'all and we've been sending so many prayers to you guys with all this craziness going on," she said. "I have to say with tragedy, I feel like music really heals and that's why we're here tonight to be together. I'm so proud to be in a country where we all come together in tragedy. So thank you so much for being so strong. We wrote this song for times just like these. Orlando, this is for you."

With that, Maddie & Tae sang the emotional number with just an acoustic guitar alongside them as the song showcased their spot-on harmonies.

"I'll face that wind by your side / Even take on that rain, I don't mind / Or give you space or give you time / If you need me to / But I'll be here for you, after the storm blows through," they sang.

In addition to Maddie & Tae's performance, Tyler Farr, Jerrod Niemann, Canaan Smith, Michael Ray, Billy Currington, Easton Corbin, Parmalee and Cole Swindell also joined forces with radio station K92.3 to perform at the benefit concert for the victims of the deadly shooting.

Proceeds from ticket sales and parking will be donated to the OneOrlando Fund, which was created to help respond to the needs of the Orlando community. It will support nonprofits assisting victims of the shooting and their families.

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