Brad says it in “Celebrity” and Friday night it came true – “Hey, hey Hollywood, here we come!” But another line in that song was proven completely wrong, because he showed that he has got tons of talent while on stage at the Hollywood Bowl. Comedians Sarah Tiana and Jon Reep hosted the show. Brad hosted the Wild West Comedy Festival in Nashville recently, so he had the idea to flip things around for this show and maybe more on his tour. It makes sense since Brad is known for his great sense of humor. They both talked before Mickey, then Sarah did a few minutes before Justin Moore and John did a few before Brad. ... read more!
I will be honest with you; I have started this and stopped it all week, just could not find a way to piece it together without using the same cliché’s about a Phil Vassar concert. I wanted something different but my thoughts always led back to: two nights…two great shows. Add more clichés of fun, energetic, robust, crowd pleasing and never disappoints. ... read more!
Cool. Great. Amazing. Incredible. Unbelievable. Awesome. Those are all words that I’ve used to describe concerts. There is, however, only one word that can describe the two concerts I saw over the weekend. GARTH! ... read more!
The Alan Jackson “Keepin’ it Country Tour” rolled into The Nokia Theater in Los Angeles Friday night, February 27th. It is a tour that celebrates Alan’s 25 years of well, keepin’ it country. It was 25 years ago to the day that his first album “Here in the Real World” was released. It is hard to believe just how much things have changed in the world and country music since then, but it was nice for one great evening to see and hear that some things have not changed that much. ... read more!
I was raised on country classics like Tanya Tucker, Alabama, George Strait and Kenny Rogers, but I really got excited about the time I turned 15…that’s the first time I heard Travis Tritt sing. Travis was the leather-clad, long-haired, no-hat, outlaw of the class of ’89 that ushered in the mega success of country music in the 1990’s. It included artists like Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Vince Gill and some guy named Garth. Known for putting some drive in his country, Travis took his foot off of the pedal just a bit as he performed an acoustic show to a sold-out crowd at the Lewis Family Playhouse in Rancho Cucamunga Saturday night, January 31st. ... read more!
Monday night, November 10th, The McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert played host to a country legend and a band filled with some of the most accomplished musicians you will ever see. Vince Gill, along with the western swing band The Time Jumpers rolled into town ready to show the crowd a good time…and that they most certainly did. ... read more!