Carrie, Carrie, Carrie. Sweet Carrie. First and foremost, thank you for coming to Boston. It might not be the most convenient geographically, but it’s the biggest indoor venue in the region and the only one that makes sense for her 2016 Storyteller Tour. Bringing along Easton Corbin (big fan) and The Swon Brothers (bigger fan) takes this night from good to great – honestly the most excited I’ve been for a show in about a year. Between her sweet vocals, killer new set of music, and those legs how could I not be excited.
Kip Moore is currently on the road headlining his 2015 Wild Ones Tour. He’s bringing along Michael Ray for the entirety of the tour plus one special guest that could include the likes of Joey Hyde and DeeJay Silver. When the tour stops in Boston on October 30, it’ll be Hyde, Ray and Moore who take the stage. These are the songs you can look forward to hearing.
Chase Rice is following up his summer on tour with Kenny Chesney with his second straight year of headlining a fall tour. His JD & Jesus Tour is bigger and better than last year’s and features support from Cadillac Three and some other small time acts such as Luke Combs and Cole Taylor. He’ll bring the tour to the Lowell Memorial Auditorium on November 19. Continue reading Chase Rice’s JD & Jesus Tour Setlist
Garth Brooks took the stage tonight at the TD Garden for his first show in the Northeast in nearly 17 years. From the moment he announced that he would be bringing the “Garth Brooks Experience” to Boston there has been questions about how the show would compare to those put on nearly two decades ago. With over fifteen thousand in attendance and ready to sing along, Brooks delivered a heart pounding performance that will be remembered for some time to come.
Hunter Hayes is currently on tour supporting his sophomore album Storyline and current single “Tattoo.” The tour features The Railers and Dan + Shay as opening acts and will stop twice in the Northeast. First on October 31 at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY and then the following night at the Ryan Center on the campus of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston.