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WATCH: John Legend’s full performance at Blind Bob’s to honor Oregon District shooting victims

Published: Monday, August 12, 2019 @ 3:26 PM

John Legend??€?™s full performance at Blind Bob??€?™s to honor Oregon District shooting victims [courtesy of Blind Bob's]

Miami Valley native John Legend visited the Oregon District on Sunday to honor those killed in a mass shooting one week before.

As part of his visit, Legend gave a surprise concert lasting about 30 minutes at Blind Bob’s bar, which you can watch in full above (courtesy of the establishment).

>> John Legend makes surprise visit to Oregon District

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John Legend made a surprise visit to the Oregon District in Dayton on Sunday, Aug. 11, just one week after the mass shooting that killed nine and injured 27. Legend gave a private show at Blind Bob’s. TOM GILLIAM / CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER(Tom Gilliam)

 Legend played a variety of songs on piano, including his hit “All of Me,” which he dedicated to the city.

“I love you, Dayton. Thank you for welcoming me back home.” 

>> Here’s what happened at John Legend’s special show at Blind Bob’s

At one point, Legend teared up, and told the audience, “Sometimes it’s good to cry. It’s not good for singing, but we need to do it sometimes.”