CHICAGO (WLS) --Monday marked 10 years since a young musician was shot to death on his way to choir practice at church.
On Sunday, the family of 18-year-old Terrell Bosley remembered him with a "Concert for Peace."
Bosley's family hopes to give hope and comfort to others affected by gun violence while raising awareness to end the epidemic of shootings.
"As of today, from 10 years ago, we have more mamas crying like me. That's 10 years every single day while we're standing here today, somebody's losing their child," said Pam Bosley, his mother.
Bosley's mother has become an advocate for gun control since her son's murder, which remains unsolved.