Written by – Nate Dean
Photos by – Melissa Boulanger
Luke Bryan rolled through Manchester New Hampshire on his “Kill The Lights” tour on March 3rd, 2017. With acts in tow like Brett Young and Brett Eldredge, it was sure to be a great night of music. Brett Young warmed up the country fans with his hits like “In Case You Didn’t Know” and “Sleep Without You.” As a newcomer, Young is sure to become a staple for a time to come.
Country crooner, Brett Eldredge was next up. Eldredge is one with the ladies as the crowd proved it with their screams as he hit the stage. With songs like “Lose My Mind”, “Wanna Be That Song” and “Drunk On Your Love,” Eldredge brought the arena to its feet. Brett was a great choice to put on this tour!
It was now time for the main event of the evening to make it to the stage, Luke Bryan. Opening with one of his latest hits, “Move”, it sure brought the crowd to its feet and kept them their for the rest of the evening. Rolling right into other hits such as “That’s My Kind of Night”, “Kick Up the Dust” and “Rain Is A Good Thing”, Bryan kept the momentum of the night going strong.
Luke even entertained the crowd with some great covers sure as Alabama’s “Mountain Music” and bringing out Brett Eldredge for Bob Seger’s “Night Moves”, even leading into Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud”. Wrapping up with his hit from “Tailgates & Tanlines, I Don’t Want This Night To End”, everyone thought that was the end of the night as the songs suggests………but was it? After a short break and the crowd yelling and cheering, Bryan and his band returned to the stage to cap off the night with “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” and then ending the night with the hard hitting Metallica cover of “Enter Sandman”.
What a great night of 3 class acts from the Nashville music scene. Keep and eye out for the “Kill The Lights” tour coming to a city near you. You don’t want to miss this one!
I hope everyone got to tune into the debut of the all new Audio Still Magazine Radio Show on Monday morning June 30th on WSMN 1590 from 9-10am.
Audio Still Magazine would like to extend a very big thank you to everyone that did tune in and let you all know that this is something that you will not want to miss. The show will be broadcast the last Monday of each month on WSMN 1590 from 9-10am. You can also listen to the show online at http://wsmnradio.com/listen-live.
During each show, we will be talking about artists that we have photographed and had the opportunity to work with. You might even hear a song or two! We might also have a few surprises in store as well……………
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Audio Still Magazine is gearing up for what is to its biggest year yet. As the first few months of the new year sometimes start off a bit slow and then build as we move from month to month, things just keep getting bigger. The slow time has allowed us to brainstorm and plan out the year ahead. Now we are ready to get to work!
Our Chief Editor/Photographer, Nate Dean of N&D Images starts the journey of the next busy 3 1/2 months on May 29th as House Photographer at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook in Gilford NH. This will be the first of 28 shows the Nate will be photographing at Meadowbrook alone. The next two night will be spent at Mohegan Sun working with Brian Davis who is opening for Brantley Gilbert and Kristian Bush of Sugarland fame.
Next week, Nate will take Audio Still Magazine to Nashville for CMA Fest. “I am very excited to be heading to Nashville for Audio Still Magazine’s first CMA Fest” says Nate. Be sure to keep an eye out on http://www.audiostillmagazine.com for coverage. Once returning from Nashville, Nate and Audio Still Magazine will be hard at work to put you in the middle of CMA Fest.
“I would like to thank all of you that have made Audio Still Magazine what it is today and I hope for your continued support” says Nate.
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