Late last month, the Grammy Awards took place in New York City. Music's biggest night is always a fun time but this year, things were a little different. Rightfully so.

Last year was devastating for the world and music community after the Route 91 festival shooting in Vegas and the Manchester bombing. The Grammy Awards wanted to honor those that were injured and lost in the attacks.

They recruited Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris and Eric Church to perform a special tribute. They performed the Grammy-winning "Tears In Heaven" with each act taking their own verse.

What made the performance so special was the fact that all four musicians performed at the festival prior to the shooting. They continue to speak openly about it and honor those that were lost. Morris and Church also recorded and released songs about their grief.

It would have been amazing if they performed one of those tunes but I think the performance was the perfect balance between inspirational and emotional. You can relive the set above.