Now that 2016 is getting closer to 2017, I was curious what you guys thought the best country concert was here in the Capital Region for the year. How could I possibly figured out such a statistic? Facebook, of course!
I was there at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, 10 miles west of Denver not long ago. I didn't see Florida Georgia line, but I did go there on vacation. Would you like to see what it looks like? (I can hear you now--"Oh God- Richie's whipping out his vacation photos")
I hate winter, if you have been listening to me on the radio over the last 18 years, you probably are well aware of that. I think what I have always hated the most was how it just gets so bad from January sometimes all the way into April with no end in sight. So some years back I found the key to happiness even in the middle of the coldest weather. Plan a get-a-way in February!
Nope. Hate to complain, but I didn't see much at all to be honest. I stand corrected. I did get to see him do my favorite song of his ("No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem"), but there were some folks in the audience who gave us a BIG problem, which I will explain musically
I'm still trying to adjust my eardrums, but we had a blast at the Zac Brown Show. I was just bummed out that I didn't have my decent pocket camera with me, but I did snap a few with the trusty cellphone
We have our all important Countryfest on the horizon. Always a very exciting time here at 'GNA. I've lost count but I'm pretty sure I'm close to 20 of them. Which makes me think back to the very first time I ever introduced a country show way back when. Let's go back, shall we?
Randy Houser has been writing great songs for years. He teamed up with Jamey Johnson for the #1 hit from Trace Adkins "Honkytonkbadonkadonk". He's now a full blown artist and writer and on the verge of busting into the big time and you'll see why when he takes the stage at WGNA Countryfest 2011.