Friday night hosted more than the musicians listed above. One of the million reasons I love New Braunfels is you never know who you will run into. On this night not only did I get to see Jason Eady, Adam Hood, and Brian Keane. I got to see Wes Nickson open. In the audience amongst myself and all the folks who came out to celebrate was Tom Gilliam and Allan Goodman. The guys on the bill didn't have to, but they were gracious enough to invite Tom and Allan come up and sing their own songs for us. Eady addressed the Blake Shelton old farts comment with a wonderful rendition of AM Country Heaven. Adam Hood always puts on a good show. One thing he does differently from the other guys is play an electric guitar when he does these solo gigs. It just goes better with the soul in his songs. Brian Keane unveiled some new stuff that he wrote with William Clark Green. It is not very often you get to see a show with this much talent in one room. It was a great night for the old folks indeed! This is why I go to these shows and tell you about them. No one should be content to just listen to a cd or just read what I am saying. Live shows can create memories that will last forever.
Below is a video playlist from each of the artists listed above. Go check them out!
If you missed this show, you really missed out on a fun night. Glad I got to be there.
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