War Memorial Auditorium hosted a concert that was promoted as Lee Brice/Randy Houser and Friends. That, my friends, was an understatement. There were four solid hours of the strongest, most energy packed performances and endless surprise guests.
From the moment American Young stepped on the stage we knew we were in for a wild ride. Kristy Osmunson‘s insanely dynamic presence and Jon Stone‘s musical intensity perfectly blend in a harmony that is simply mesmerizing. Parmalee hit the stage next and commanded the audience, especially when they belted out their #1 hit “Carolina”.
Headliners Randy Houser and Lee Brice took turns in the spotlight and often shared the stage. They took us on an emotional journey. We partied with songs like Lee’s “Parking Lot Party” and Randy’s “How Country Feels” and when they brought out their good friend Jerrod Niemann to sing “Drink to That All Night”. Other surprise guests included Lee’s brother Lewis Brice, who has a phenomenal voice and stage presence. Tyler Farr came out to sing “Whiskey in my Water” and “Redneck Crazy”. When the guys spotted Paris Delane in the audience they asked him to come down and he wowed the crowd with a little soulful Prince number. Lee Brice regrounded the crowd when he pulled out his highly emotional tribute to a fallen solider with his Grammy nominated song, “I Drive Your Truck”.
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The show ended with all performers back on the stage singing “Friends in Low Places” to the single loudest crowd I have ever heard.
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