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|I had never seen a guitar before that looked like a tiger's stripes!|
International Harvester (which totally describes the country area where I grew up)
Wake Up Lovin' You
When I'm Gone
|Easton Corbin is cute! And no longer married... ;)|
All Over the Road
A Little More Country Than That
Baby Be My Love Song
|Funny story: Corbin's back-up guitarist was SO bored. He looked like that most of the show.|
Brothers Osborne was also there (and they're from Maryland!). I didn't recognize the band's name, but once they sang some songs, I realized who they were. They are quite the duo, with TJ looking like a wanna-be Ryan Reynolds and his older brother John who looks like he should be on Duck Dynasty. But they sure can put on a show! I'd see them again, too!
Loving Me Back (No, Lee Ann Womack wasn't there.)
|I wasn't able to get a great shot of Granger Smith!|
The Country Boy Song (I think Earl Dibbles, Jr. is his alter-ego...?)
If The Boot Fits (He said his four-year-old daughter inspired this song, with the whole princess theme.)
Backroad Song (his biggest hit!)
At the end the whole group sang "Take It Easy" by the Eagles. It seemed like Craig Morgan was the only one who knew all of the words. Guess it's an age thing...
All in all, this was a great show. I'm already looking forward to next February! AND this event raised $10,000 for the American Heart Association! "Take care of your heart so you can give it to someone else." I'm not exactly sure what that means...Metaphorically giving your heart to someone (i.e. falling in love), or taking care of your heart so that when you die you can donate your organs...?
Click here to see my blog posts about this show in 2014 and 2015.