Justin Moore called in to the WYRK morning show to discuss the tragic shooting in Las Vegas. Moore was able to provide some perspective on what kind of mindset artists have in regards to the possibility that something like this could happen.

It's something that I've told my wife, for a couple years now, that it concerns me. What we do obviously shouldn't be dangerous, and it shouldn't be dangerous for the audience, but for whatever reason it's been on the back of my mind for a couple years now, that obviously that could be a possibility...it sickens me that I was right.

Moore also provided insight about what the perspective would have been for the artist on stage, in this case Jason Aldean:

It probably took him five, ten seconds for, you know for it to register that that was what was happening...your first thought wouldn't be, "Oh my gosh, that's an AR-15."

Like many, Moore questions what steps can be taken to prevent another tragedy like this, especially given that there have been a number of incidences in very recent memory:

I just don't know...what you can do. I guess...you can have different types of security for people actually coming into the show, but I mean in this case the guy wasn't even in the show...I hope it changes, and I would think that it would...I don't know what you can do.

Listen to the full interview below: