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Cole Swindell Celebrates “You Should Be Here” Album Release in NYC

NYC went country last night with Cole Swindell celebrating the release of his sophomore album, “You Should Be Here,” at the Gramercy Theatre.  If you’re a fan of Cole’s, of country music, or just having a good time, you should have been there.  His set was packed with hits from start to finish, including tracks from the new album and his record-breaking debut.  It was one of the most fun shows we’ve been to in a while, where we could singalong from start to finish.  The sold out crowd was ready to party, and knew all of the new songs despite the album only having been out for 2 days.

Cole got his start in Nashville as a songwriter, cutting tracks for Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line and more before signing his own record deal with Warner Brothers.  He played his versions of “Get Me Some Of That” and “This Is How We Roll,” leading into his first #1 as an artist, “Chillin’ It.”

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Cole told the crowd he grew up on 90s country music, which made him fall in love with the genre.  He covered Kenny Chensey’s “Don’t Happen Twice,” which was the first song he’d ever played for an audience back in college.  He had a full circle moment getting to sing that song with Kenny on stage last year.  Cole thanked the fans throughout the show, saying that they’re the reason he is where he is and “the reason I do all of this.”  Country artists are some of the most grateful and generous artists we’ve seen and it’s because of the close connection they have with their fans.

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Highlights of his set included “Flatliner,” which Cole recorded with Dierks Bentley, and his new single “Middle of a Memory.”  Cole’s performance of the title track from the album, “You Should Be Here,” was an emotional moment.

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Cole ended the night with a 3-song encore that included a bonus track from the new album, “Hoppin’,” which you can get on iTunes.  He took the crowd to church with “No Can Left Behind,” which he said was already one of his favorites to play live.  It’s a JAM.  The track has an old-school country sound and feel, a welcome throwback in the set. Cole closed out the show with his hit “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” which was one loud singalong from start to finish.  He let the crowd take it home as he held up an American flag sourced from the front row.


Setlist

Down Home Boys
Hey Y’all
Brought To You By Beer
Up
Hope You Get Lonely Tonight
Middle of A Memory
Get Me Some Of That (Thomas Rhett)
This Is How We Roll (FGL & Luke Bryan)
Chillin’ It
Real Good Man (Tim McGraw)
Don’t Happen Twice (Kenny Chesney)
Broke Down
Stars
Let Me See Ya Girl
Flatliner
You Should Be Here
(Encore)
Hoppin’
No Can Left Behind
Ain’t Worth The Whiskey

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We The Kings’ “From Here To Mars” Tour Lands At Gramercy Theatre in NYC

We The Kings’ “From Here To Mars” Tour landed at Gramercy Theatre in NYC last night in front of a sold out crowd.  It was a show that left us wondering how we had never seen WTK live before – it was our first and most definitely not last time we’ll be seeing them on tour!  (Hint: WTK are playing the Vans Warped Tour all Summer long!) The band put on a high energy set, including material from all of their albums.  They set the tone for the night from the first song, “Skyway Avenue,” from their 2007 debut.

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Early in the set lead singer Travis Clark referred to the audience as “not fans, not friends, but family.”  It was a perfect way to describe the atmosphere at the show.  It was one of the loudest crowds we’ve ever heard and we loved hearing everyone sing along all night long.

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Travis taught the crowd some dance moves before going into “I Feel Alive.”  He wanted the last thought everyone had before going to bed after the show to be “did we really just do that?”   The Gramercy crowd gets an A+ for fully committing to the moves.

WTK ended the night with their biggest hit, “Check Yes Juliet.”  The crowd sang along so loudly and passionately that it was one of those moments at a show where you realize just how much the music and the band means to the fans.

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We The Kings Setlist
Skyway Avenue
She Takes Me High
Any Other Way
We’ll Be A Dream
Find You There
I Feel Alive
Love Again
Secret Valentine
Just Keep Breathing
Jenny’s Song
Runaway
Sad Song (with Elena Coats)
The Story of Tonight
I’m Yours (Cover)
Say You Like Me
Check Yes Juliet

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Opening act AJR got the crowd pumped with their energetic set.  They premiered a new song, “I’m Not Famous,” which they impressively wrote and recorded just a week ago before heading out on tour.  And the track is already out on iTunes now!  “Let The Games Begin” turned the crowd into one big, bouncing dance party.  It was just as awesome live as we hoped it would be!   We love seeing AJR perform because of how much fun they are having on stage – it’s impossible not to join in.

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AJR Setlist
Woody Allen
I’m Not Famous
Cover
Let The Games Begin
Pitchfork Kids
I’m Ready

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Check out all of the upcoming “From Here To Mars” Tour dates HERE!  If you can get out to a show, don’t miss this!

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Nick Carter’s “All American” Tour Hits NYC

Nick Carter’s “All American” Tour hit the Playstation Theatre in NYC over the weekend.  We expected Nick to give 300% on tour, as he does with everything he does, but he was even better than we expected.  The show was divided into three parts with a distinct style – rock star Nick played guitar to start off the night, he broke it down for a more acoustic set wearing a fedora, and ended the night showing off his dance moves.  The show gave Nick a chance to show off his range from boyband pop to rock and back again.

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Nick managed to find the perfect balance between his solo material and Backstreet Boys songs.  He also threw in “One More Time,” from his project with Jordan Knight of NKOTB. While some solo artists refuse to even acknowledge the group or band they came from, Nick fully embraced his boyband heritage.  He understands that while the crowd is definitely there to support and hear Nick’s new music, odds are they are BSB fans as well.  This made for an insanely fun, high energy show as he surprised us with a mix of songs from all of his solo projects and a mix of Backstreet songs.  We all got to party like we were “19 in 99!”

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Brian Littrell made a surprise appearance on stage, eliciting lots of 1999 level screaming from the audience.  He joined Nick for “I Want It That Way” and “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely.” Honestly, the show could have ended right there, but the night was just getting started.  Brian also let it slip that the guys already have six songs recorded for the next Backstreet Boys album! They’re set to put the finishing touches on it very, very soon.

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Nick got to show off his moves from “Dancing With The Stars,” breaking out into a salsa number after “The Call.”  He ended the night with a series of songs that showed of his lighter side – and Nick is clearly not afraid of make fun of himself or have a good time with his fans.  He’s no stranger to being in front of large crowds but that’s really where Nick Carter shines – on a stage with his fans singing along with him!

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Setlist
Blow Your Mind
I’m Taking Off
Horoscope
All American
As Long As You Love Me
One More Time
Just Want You To Know
I Want It That Way
Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely
Madeleine
I Will Wait
Help Me
Second Wind
Wonderwall (cover)
Burning Up
Swet
Larger Than Life
The Call
Falling Down
Tijuana
19 in 99
Get Over Me
Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)

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Check out all of Nick’s upcoming tour dates here!

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R5 & MAX Rock NYC’s Beacon Theatre On “Sometime Last Night” Tour

R5’s “Sometime Last Night” Tour with special guest MAX hit the Beacon Theatre in NYC on Saturday night for a sold out show.  It was one of those concerts where you could feel the energy and excitement from the crowd from the moment you walked in the door.  Fans were decked out in homemade shirts and glow bracelets and singing R5 songs before they even took the stage.  In other words, it was just our kind of concert.

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MAX got the show off to a rocking start.   His onstage energy and stage presence is off the charts.  It was our first time seeing him and he easily became one of the best performers we’ve seen live. MAX showed off his impressive dance moves (including jumping into the splits) and his serious vocal range.  If you’ve listened to his music before and wondered “but can he hit that note live?”  The answer is yes, yes he can.  He also showed the crowd he could rap, taking over Hoodie Allen’s verse in his hit “Gibberish.”  MAX had just announced the release of his debut album, “Hell’s Kitchen Angel,” and played his new single “Holla,” a song best described as 🔥🔥🔥🔥.  We’re sure he won over quite a few new fans and are hoping MAX will be back in NYC soon on a headlining tour!

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MAX Setlist
Puppeteer
Holla
Wrong
Apologize/Sorry (cover)
Streets of Gold
Gibberish
Mugshot

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R5’s set rocked the Beacon Theatre – literally.  The entire house was dancing and jumping so hard we could feel the balcony shaking!   Fans of all ages were singing and dancing to their fun pop-rock sound.  We even caught quite a few parents rocking out!  Their set included many of the tracks from their sophomore album “Sometime Last Night.”

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R5’s new single is called “Dark Side,” and at times it seemed the band wanted to show just that, beyond their Disney beginnings. They certainly know how to rock and put on a good show.

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The sold out show was streamed live on Periscope for fans that couldn’t attend thanks to a GoPro camera that the band members took turns wearing.

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R5 Setlist
New Sensation
Dark Side
All Night
Easy Love
Wild Hearts
Heart Made Up On You
I Know You Got Away
Doctor Doctor
Cali Girls
Always
Repeating Days
Lightning Strikes
Feel Good
Let’s Go Crazy
I Want U Bad
Did You Have Your Fun?
Loud
All These Things That I’ve Done (cover)
Smile

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Check out the rest of the dates for the “Sometime Last Night” Tour here!   Pickup a copy of R5’s latest album on iTunes now!

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Kacey Musgraves’ Country & Western Rhinestone Review Sparkles In New Jersey

She may not be pageant material but Kacey Musgraves was certainly the star of her “Country & Western Rhinestone Review” when it hit Starland Ballroom in New Jersey over the weekend.   The show sparkled from start to finish.  The shimmery pink curtains decorating the stage, her band’s light-up pink suits, and Kacey’s silvery dress certainly helped set the scene.  Kacey played most of the tracks from her new album, “Pageant Material,” to a sold out crowd.  She thanked everyone for coming out, noting that despite her lack of radio airplay (which she hopes will change), fans still managed to pack Starland Ballroom through word of mouth and finding music on their own.

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The energetic crowd knew every word to Kacey’s song and sang along throughout the night.   Kacey explained how she came up with the song “Dime Store Cowgirl” – before a performance when she was 12 or so, a woman told her that her cowboy hat made her look like a “dime store cowgirl.”  She told the crowd she had no idea what it meant at the time but thought it was pretty awesome that years later she wrote a song about it and had a sold out crowd that knew all the words.

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We love Kacey’s band, who play everything from steel guitar to the upright bass.  When introducing them affectionately as the “runner ups,” Kacey started the “talent portion” of the evening and each member got to show off their skills, from juggling to balloon animal making.

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Kacey threw a few covers into her set, including “Mama’s Broken Heart,” which Kacey co-wrote but ended up being recorded by Miranda Lambert.  She told the crowd she “fangirled out hard” when Disney asked her to do a version of a song of her choice for an album.  She chose “A Spoonful of Sugar,” which she performed in the most delightful way.

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Opening act The Cactus Blossoms made us feel like we were back at a concert in the 1950s – from their vintage country sound to their throwback look – perfectly set against Kacey’s pink stage.

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Setlist:
Pageant Material
Biscuits
Silver Lining
This Town
Step Off
I Miss You
Fine
Dime Store Cowgirl
Family is Family
The Trailer Song
A Spoonful of Sugar
It Is What It Is
Merry Go Round
High Time
Mama’s Broken Heart
No Scrubs
Late To The Party
Die Fun
Follow Your Arrow
These Boots Are Made For Walkin’
Happy Trails

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Check out all of Kacey’s upcoming tour dates here and pickup a copy of “Pageant Material” on iTunes now!

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Cole Swindell’s Down Home Tour Kicks Off In NYC

Cole Swindell’s second “Down Home” Tour kicked off last night at the Playstation Theater in NYC. Cole’s tour was the second country tour in as many weeks to have the first show in New York, and with good reason. (Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge’s “Suits and Boots” Tour hit Terminal 5) The country fans in NYC are crazy, passionate and excited about the music. The whole venue was singing and dancing all night long, even to the house music. Cole is the first country artist to headline the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour (alumni include Macklemore, Iggy Azalea, and Wale)

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The crowd’s energy was off the charts for the first night of tour and Cole was just as hype, making sure to give attention to the fans in the balconies, in the pit, and all the way to the fans in the back row of the venue! He encouraged fans to “get up” on each others shoulders, while many in the crowd were busy doing 12-ounce curls. Let’s get weird, y’all!

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It was one of those shows where you found yourself going “YES! THIS IS MY JAM!” for pretty much every song in the set. Cole has had 4 #1 hits from his debut album and counting, the latest being his single “Let Me See Ya Girl.” (OUR #1 JAM). Cole got his start working as a songwriter in Nashville and he’s written hits for Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett & more.

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The tour was in support of Cole’s “Down Home Sessions II” EP, which was released last week. Cole played every track off the EP, and, judging from the crowd’s reaction, even more jams to add to your playlist. The tour also gave Cole the opportunity to get up close and personal with his fans, after spending most of the year in stadiums opening for Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean. Cole has definitely picked up some on stage pointers from Luke!

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Of course, it wouldn’t be a country show without a some “USA! USA!” chants, which were especially fitting for the Veterans Day show. Cole’s hit “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” was also the perfect song to end the night, as Cole told the audience he’d been “waiting to sing this song all day.” With Cole waving an American flag sourced from the front row, the entire crowd sang the last chorus for the troops. Cheers to a good country song!

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Setlist:
Down Home Boys
Hey Y’all
The Way You’re Lovin’ Me Now
Brought To You By Beer
Get Up
Hope You Get Lonely Tonight
Roller Coaster
Shuttin’ It Down
Dangerous After Dark
Blue Lights
Let Me See Ya Girl
Kiss
Ready
Get Me Some Of That
Beer In The Headlights
First Radio
Chillin’ It
This Is How We Roll
Ain’t Worth The Whiskey

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Be sure to pickup a copy of the “Down Home Sessions II” EP on iTunes now, grab your down home crew and get to one of Cole’s upcoming shows!

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Thomas Rhett & Brett Eldredge Kick Off The “Suits and Boots” Tour in NYC

Thomas Rhett & Brett Eldredge kicked off the Suits and Boots Tour in style last night, with a sold out show at NYC’s Terminal 5.  The duo are the latest artists to headline CMT On Tour, which showcases the best rising talents in country music.   To make it a true co-headlining tour, Thomas & Brett will flip a coin each night of tour to decide who goes on first.  Thomas won the toss and elected to open.

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If we had to sum up a Thomas Rhett concert in one word, it would be FUN!  Thomas does his best to make sure that each and every person in the room is having the time of their lives and feels like they are a part of the show.   Whether he is shaking his south side or showing his softer side, Thomas is great at connecting with the audience.

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With his new album, Thomas is bringing lots of soul and funk into country music.  The title track from his new album, “Tangled,” moved seamlessly into a cover of “Uptown Funk.”  Tracks like “Anthem” and “Vacation” made it impossible not to start dancing along with him.   We think TR says it best himself: “This is the beat that puts the fire in your feet gives you the license to be a little crazy.”  The energy in the room was off the charts by the time Thomas left the stage.

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Thomas Rhett Setlist
Anthem
South Side
Makes Me Wanna
Tangled
Uptown Funk
It Goes Like This
Vacation
Die A Happy Man
T-Shirt
Playing With Fire (with Danielle Bradbery)
Get Me Some of That
Crash and Burn

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After a set change, Brett Eldredge emerged, launching right into his hit “Beat of the Music,” rocking a shimmery blue suit.  The “Suits & Boots Tour” is an interesting dynamic:  Brett’s style is more of a smooth crooner, in contrast with Thomas’ funky vibes.  An epic singalong occurred to his #1 hit “Mean To Me.”  We’re talking dudes up on each others shoulders epic.

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Brett later explained that he wanted to make music that people could dance to, laugh to, cry to before launching into “Wanna Be That Song.”

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Brett Eldredge Setlist

Beat of the Music
Fire
Time Well Spent
Mean To Me
Tell Me Where To Park
Drunk On Your Love
Lose My Mind
Going Away For A While
Wanna Be That Song
Don’t Ya
Shadow

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Both Brett and Thomas returned to the stage for the encore, pouring each other celebratory drinks. “Thomas Rhett gives Brett Eldredge Advice Time”  was one of the highlights of the show, as they launched into a medley of cover songs related to Brett’s girl problems.  We loved seeing the two interact and show their unique personalities.

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“Gold Digger” re-worked as an acoustic country song was something we didn’t know we needed until now.   Thomas instructed Brett to work on his dance moves, as he launched into “Whip/ Nae Nae.”  Thomas Rhett doing the stanky leg is one of the greatest things we have ever seen.  The duo ended the night with their track “You Can’t Stop Me,” from Brett’s new album “Illinois.”

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Rhett & Brett Setlist

Gold Digger
Neon Moon
The Way You Look Tonight
Hotline Bling
Whip Nae Nae
Drag Me Down
Real Good Man
You Can’t Stop Me

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Opening act Danielle Bradbery’s set highlighted her powerful voice and gave her a chance to show off some new tunes she’s been working on.  “Shot of Whiskey” got the night off to an energetic start.  Danielle later joined Thomas on stage for a duet to “Play With Fire,” which Thomas sings with Jordin Sparks on his album.

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If you have a chance to make it out to the “Suits And Boots” Tour, GO!  Check out all of the upcoming tour dates HERE!

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Hunter Hayes “21 Tour” Stops at West Point, NY

Hunter Hayes chose the stops for his current headlining tour, the “21 Tour,” by selecting venues in college towns where his music was popular on Spotify streaming.  Hunter is all about connecting with his audience, and for this tour he wanted to have a more intimate show and to play in front of some of his most passionate fans.  His plan worked.  The “21 Tour” stopped at Eisenhower Hall in West Point, NY over the weekend, and it was by far the craziest crowd we have ever witnessed at a Hunter Hayes show!

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The packed house was full of energy from the moment Hunter walked out on stage, singing and dancing along to every song.  By the second song of the night, girls were up on cadet’s shoulders and rocking out.  Hunter’s epic guitar solo during “Secret Love” even inspired a little crowd surfing, something we never expected to see at a Hunter Hayes show!   (And we loved it.)

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Hunter is one of our favorite artists to see live because of the emphasis he puts on his live show.  Of the (many) times we have seen him, we have never heard him play the same song the same way twice.  He likes to mix it up, adding extended solos and new vocal stylings, or just jamming with his band.   He played material from the upcoming “The 21 Project,” along with some old favorites including “Where We Left Off,” which he dedicated to the troops.

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Hunter has shown lots of support for the military over the years, and took the time to thank and acknowledge the crowd, explaining what an honor it was for him to play at West Point.  And the love went both ways.  A spirited group of cadets in the front row gave Hunter & his band their hats to wear for a memorable moment on stage.

Hunter’s band got some much deserved love as well – after the crowd started chanting “dreads,” bass player Matt Utterback had his moment in the spotlight.

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We have to thank Hunter for always mixing things up.  This was definitely one of the most memorable shows we’ve ever been to, from the beautiful & historic location to the insanely awesome crowd and of course the talented Mr. Hayes.   We can’t wait to see what he has in store next!

Setlist – Eisenhower Hall – October 24th 2015

Tattoo
Storm Warning
Storyline
Young And In Love
I Mean You
Somebody’s Heartbreak
Suitcase
Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me
Saint Or A Sinner
Secret Love
Where We Left Off
Invisible
Wanted
21
Light Me Up
Shut Up And Dance (Cover)
I Want Crazy
Encore:
Rainy Season
Love Makes Me

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Visit HunterHayes.com to check upcoming tour dates and to pre-order a copy of “The 21 Project!”

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Dan + Shay’s “Just The Right Kind Of Crazy” Tour Hits Long Island

Dan + Shay’s “Just The Right Kind Of Crazy” Tour stopped at Emporium in Patchogue, NY over the weekend.  It’s the perfect name for a tour that blends the right amount of their signature pop country harmonies and crazy on stage energy!

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Opening act Kelsea Ballerini infused lots of rock and roll energy into her pop-country sound.  Her 45 minute set included tracks from her debut album “The First Time,” including singles “Dibs” and “Love Me Like You Mean It.”  A highlight of her set was a 90s medley that included songs from *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, encouraging everyone in the crowd to dance their craziest (or in our case, break out our boyband choreography).

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Speaking of boy bands, Dan + Shay took us all back to middle school dance days with an outstanding cover of Boyz II Men’s “I’ll Make Love To You,” complete with disco ball lighting.  The song highlighted Shay’s powerful voice and made us wonder what other 90s boy band jams we’d like to have them cover (answer: any and all of them, please.)  Their set also included some classic rock covers, from Def Leppard to Bon Jovi, and an energetic mashup of “Dynamite” and “Moves Like Jagger.”

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We love watching Dan + Shay perform because of the passion and energy they bring to each show.  You can tell they are having a blast on stage and the excitement is infectious.  The packed house was singing and moving along to every word.  The duo are also great at interacting with the crowd, pointing out and singing along with fans, even stopping to take a rose from a man in the audience without missing a note.

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Their set included nearly every song from their debut album, “Where It All Began.”  Dan + Shay mentioned they have been busy working on new music, and played fan favorite “Partner In Crime.”   We can’t wait for more music from our favorite duo!

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Dan + Shay Setlist
Somewhere Only We Know
Nothin’ Like You
Stop Drop + Roll
Parking Brake
Anyway You Want It (Cover)
Show You Off
Pour Some Sugar On Me/Bad Blood (Cover)
What You Do To Me
I’ll Make Love To You (Cover)
Partner In Crime
You Give Love A Bad Name (Cover)
Party Girl
First Time Feeling
Can’t Say No
I Heard Goodbye
Dynamite/Moves Like Jagger (Cover)
19 You + Me

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Visit DanAndShay.com for all upcoming tour dates!

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Jake Miller’s Dazed and Confused Tour Hits NYC

You know you’re in for a good night when a show kicks off with a blast of confetti!  Jake Miller kept the energy level high from start to finish at the second stop of the Dazed and Confused Tour at the Best Buy Theater in NYC last night.   The concert was one big dance party, led by Jake and his DJ.

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Jake surprised everyone by dropping an EP the day of the tour kickoff.  The “Rumors” EP had been out approximately 44 hours by the time of Jake’s NYC show, but that didn’t stop the crowd from knowing every single word to the new tracks.  He played nearly the entire EP:  “Rumors,” “Shake It,” “Selfish Girls,” and “Yellow Lights” were all highlights of his set.

Jake took time to interact with fans in the crowd, asking how long people had been in line (11 hours for one, and overnight for another in the front row!)    Of course, when Jake called out some fans to say “hey, what’s your name?”  he had to do it twice so they could take a video.

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Other highlights of the set included a cover of “Uptown Funk,” which Jake turned into a club remix (like we said, one big dance party).  One of the most touching moments of the set was Jake’s performance of “A Million Lives,” which he said would be many fans’ favorite moment of the show.  The song perfectly captures the relationship between an artist and fan, and the power of music.

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Jake even invited a lucky fan on stage to rap with him during his encore of “Dazed and Confused.”  Watch the video below!

Setlist
Lion Heart
Hollywood
First Flight Home
Rumors
High Life
Uptown Funk (cover)
Party in the Penthouse
Selfish Girls / Cover Medley
Glow
There Is No One Like Me
Yellow Lights
A Million Lives
Ghost
Shake It
I’m Alright
Day Without Your Love
Collide
Dazed and Confused

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Pickup a copy of the “Rumors” EP on iTunes and check out all of Jake’s upcoming tour dates HERE!

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