Eric Church is widely known as one of the best performers in country music. His unique ability to blend genres makes his records good, but hearing the sound live takes things to another level. His heavily rock influenced show, makes it unlike anything else around. One moment he’s in your face and the next he’s slowing things down. There’s songs about things that matter and songs about those that don’t. But if you’ve seen the chief perform before you already knew all that. What made Thursday night at the TD Garden different was the record breaking length.
Dustin Lynch brought his high energy live show to Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in Foxborough, MA on Sunday night. The “Cowboys & Angels” singer worked his way through a twenty song set complete with covers, hits, and deep cuts off his most recent release Where It’s At. Dressed in a Bruins shirt and his signature cowboy hat Lynch gave the sold out crowd of over a thousand one hell of a night.
It’s been a while since Joe Nichols headlined his own tour. After the success of his most recent release Crickets, which has produced back to back number one hits, Nichols decided it was time to give his fans a headlining show. With a setlist ranging from “Brokenheartsville” and “The Shape I’m In” to covers of Aloe Blacc’s “The Man,” Nichols showed a sold out House of Blues crowd that he’s more than just a traditional country singer.