[photogallerylink id=101568 align=right]Sugarland returned to the stage last night for their first show since the tragic stage collapse last Saturday night.

The show in Albuquerque, New Mexico began with a group moment of silence, with a one chord salute by Kristian Bush, and featuring the entire crew for the tour.  Jennifer also spoke on-stage about the tragedy.

1,300 miles away [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Train[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Maroon 5[/lastfm] took the stage at the Conseco Fieldhouse and dedicated their show, and its profits to the victims of that fateful night.

With all this going on, the pain is still being felt, as CNN.com also reported that a 6th person, a 22 year old, has now died from the injuries she sustained in the stage collapse.

Associated Press Story (Jennifer and Crew’s words on-stage last night):

WISH-TV Indianapolis Story (Sugarland’s return, Maroon 5 and Train play on):

Sugarland’s Tour Manager Likely Saved Their Lives

Remembering The Victims & Heroes Of Indiana State Fair Tragedy

Horrifying Video of Sugarland Stage Collapse

Interview With Fan In Front Row

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