So Sad. Here’s The Popular R&B Star That Was Killed In Orlando Club Shooting

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The horrific scene that unfolded at PULSE nightclub in Orlando, FL has rocked the nation. But, unfortunately, the massive news cycle won’t be dying down anytime soon because new details seem to emerge with each passing day. Now, it has been reported that a popular R&B star was also killed on that fateful night in Orlando.

According to Fox News, Shane Tomlinson was the lead singer of the local R&B band, Frequency Band, in Orlando. On Monday, June 13, Concord Mayor Scott Padgett announced his death.

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“Our hearts are broken to learn that Shane’s was one of the young lives lost in this senseless act of violence,” Mayor Padgett said in a statement, according to the Charlotte Observer. “We lift up his parents as well as the entire Tomlinson family in prayer and support. There are many people in our community who loved and remember Shane from his youth and we join his family in grief.”

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According to Fox News, Shane Tomlinson was the lead singer of the local R&B band, Frequency Band, in Orlando. On Monday, June 13, Concord Mayor Scott Padgett announced his death.

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 Shortly after news outlets began reporting about the shooting on Sunday, June 12, friends of Shane began frantically searching for him. Dozens of calls were made to his phone by friends who even tweeted their concerns.
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