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Sugarland: 'We Are All Changed' By Stage Collapse

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.

Singer Jennifer Nettles told Friday night's crowd – including some of those injured during the collapse – that the tragedy had changed them all.

Nettles opened 2 1/2-hour show at a packed Conesco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis by telling audience members they were in store for an emotional night that would also be part celebration. She also told fans that Sugarland had visited the fairgrounds, where high winds toppled scaffolding and stage rigging on Aug. 13 into a crowd awaiting a performance by the country duo. Seven people were killed.

"Obviously we are here in October – we were supposed to do this show in August. Obviously, the stage is different, you are different and we are different.

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