Many of the crews and musicians who worked the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas arrived home at the Nashville Airport the next day and road crews from across the city were there to welcome them home.
The people who were either on or back stage during last night's massacre came down an escalator to find dozens of of people here waiting to hug them, support them, and welcome them home.
People broke down in tears and held tight to friends and former coworkers who survived Sunday's horrific attack.
Many of the greeters were dressed in black t-shirts with big, white letters that spelled out ROADIE.
Every said it's more than just a word - it's a community. And this kind of support is exactly what the Nashville music scene is all about.