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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Corey Cox
Patti LaBelle, Bret Michaels and En Vogue are among the artists who will perform in free concerts during the week leading up to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.
A packed house watched country duo Sugarland deliver an emotionally-charged free concert meant to "celebrate" healing, life and music while serving as a tribute to the victims of a deadly stage collapse last August at the Indiana State Fair.
A packed house watched country duo Sugarland deliver an emotionally-charged free concert meant to "celebrate" healing, life and music while serving as a tribute to those injured in a deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair last August.
Survivors and those still traumatized by the deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair hoped for some musical healing Friday as country band Sugarland returned to the state for a benefit concert more than 10 weeks after a tragic night that continues to conjure up painful memories.
Country duo Sugarland delivered a rousing show Friday night for a packed house of fans _ some of whom were injured in a deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair in August _ and singer Jennifer Nettles told the crowd the tragedy had changed them all.
But Indiana-based musician Corey Cox, who along with actress Rita Wilson will perform before Sugarland takes the stage, said the show would be a tribute to the lives of the seven victims and the survivors.