The tributes continue to pour in for the victims of Monday night's terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Among them are:
Eddie Money: "Devastated by the news from Manchester. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims and those affected."
Nick Simmons, son of Gene: "Family and I will be in Manchester at the end of month at Pop's show. If we can help in any way, even if you just need a hug, reply to this tweet."
Meat Loaf: "My heart cries today. My love and prayers go out for the victims and their families who lost loved ones at the Manchester Arena. There are really no words I can ever write that will soothe the heartache of the families who lost their children and loved ones. To those who were at the Manchester Arena, your lives have changed forever and not for the better. My love to all of Manchester."
Dennis DeYoung: "Monday night's Ariana Grande Manchester, England concert was ground zero for yet more human insanity. The audience, predominately young girls, seems a cruel reminder of the depths of those whose 'vengeance is their vow' will stoop. To what purpose I cannot comprehend. Speechless yet again."
Graham Nash, who grew up outside of Manchester: "In spite of the terrible tragedy that happened to the people of Manchester, I know and believe that the spirit of the Mancunians is strong and we will overcome our sadness and give hope for a better future."