Miley Cyrus, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Widespread, Andra Day, Jennifer Hudson, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato had been among the many recording artists who carried out at Saturday’s March for Our Lives protest in Washington, D.C.
ABC Information reported Day sang her hit music “Rise Up” with college students from Baltimore’s Cardinal Shehan College on the rally in opposition to gun violence. She additionally teamed up with rapper Widespread to carry out her music “Stand Up for One thing.”
Broadway titans Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt took the stage and provided a mash-up of Hamilton’s “The Story of Tonight” and Expensive Evan Hansen’s “You Will Be Discovered,” EW.com reported, whereas Cyrus sang her music “The Climb,” Hollywood Life reported.
Grande — who skilled violence first-hand when a suicide bomber attacked her 2017 live performance in Manchester, England, killing 22 folks and injuring dozens extra — sang “Be Alright,” CBSMiami.com reported. Lovato carried out “Skyscraper.”
Jennifer Hudson — whose mom, brother and nephew had been shot and killed by her sister’s estranged husband in 2008 — closed out the occasion with a canopy of Bob Dylan’s “The Instances They Are a-Changin.'”
Pupil activists, academics and others gathered for March for Our Lives rallies around the globe Saturday in help of calls to finish gun violence.