Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan took to the stage Wednesday evening in Highland Park
Who both performed and hosted the concert – Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin and Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell were also on the bill
The night also featured performances by jazz saxophonist Frank Catalano; harpist Janelle Lake; electronic duo Bob Moses
The concert was held at Madame ZuZu's – the tea shop Corgan owns at 1876 1st St. in Highland Park – and was broadcast on YouTube
All proceeds went to the Highland Park Community Foundation's July 4th Victims Response Fund. But the goal was not only to raise funds, but also to try to help his community heal.
CBS 2's Charlie De Mar spoke to Corgan ahead of the intimate performance at Madame ZuZu's, which Corgan owns with his wife, Chloe Mendel
Corgan described the range of emotions so many in Highland Park have experienced since the massacre – focusing on the swell of support the community has seen
But even for those who were outside Madame ZuZu's peeking in Wednesday night, the harmony felt on the stage in some way helped an entire community heal from the inside out