Out of Nashville, Lonestar brought their Play The Hits Tour to The Grizzly Rose on Saturday night. Boasting ten #1 hits, Lonestar had Richie McDonald on vocals, Dean Sams on keys and backing vocals, Michael Britt on guitar and backing vocals, and Keech Rainwater on drums. Lonestar played hit after hit starting from song one, What About Now. Fans joined in on the singing the entire night, and sang along with With Me and their debut single, Tequila Talkin’, for the next two. (How was Tequila Talkin’ not a number one song?) Find the full set list on the slideshow.
McDonald had some fun with the Me Me Me Generation. As front-row fans turned their back on the band to include themselves in selfies and videos, McDonald played along and checked his hair as he sang.
Lonestar released their first album, Lonestar, in 1995, and their latest release, Never Enders, in 2016.
Check www.lonestarnow.com for more information.
See more pics on the slideshow.
Starting the show was Nick Lynch, touring out of Chicago. Lynch and his band were a little bit Country and a little bit Rock & Roll. They mixed in their own tunes as well, including their current single, I Call Shotgun(video). Lynch had fans packed to the stage, singing along with fashionable country covers including Mountain Music, Dust On The Bottle, I Like It I Love It, Chattahoochee, Body Like A Back Road, and Dirt On My Boots.
Vocalist Nick Lynch had support from Trevor Marshino on Guitar, Andrew Denlinger on Bass, Sam Barsi on Drums. Read our interview with Nick Lynch from before the show here.
Check out the Nick Lynch website for more information, www.nicklynchmusic.com.