Out country music star Ty Herndon is set to headline a concert to benefit the Orlando victims.

Forty-nine people died and dozens were injured when a lone gunman opened fire last month in a gay nightclub, the Pulse.

Herndon, who came out gay in 2014, is among the artists who appear on the song Hands, which pays tribute to the victims of the massacre. Last year, he hosted the Concert for Love & Acceptance, a groundbreaking LGBT-inclusive concert at CMA Fest in Nashville.

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Proceeds from the Saturday, July 30 concert in Orlando will benefit the GLBT Community Center of Central Florida and Equality Florida. The show will also feature upcoming country artists Sean Holcomb and Paige Keiner.