The “time to start booking shows” bandwagon is growing.
Over the weekend, in the wake of the recent election news, large crowds gathered across the country to voice their support for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. In front of the White House and in most major cities, folks took to the streets in celebration. Fans also rushed the field after Notre Dame upset #1 ranked Clemson (without Trevor Lawrence by the way) on Saturday night.
Both of which, left country music artists frustrated and ready to start booking shows.
Morgan Wallen, Chase Rice, Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, and Chris Lane were just some of the names that voiced their frustration with the crowds, as well as Brittany Aldean, who also questioned the legitimacy of the election.
And now, Scotty McCreery, RaeLynn, Michael Ray, Josh Abbott and more are joining the conversation.
And like I said before, obviously were not talking about sanctioned events in these instances, but on the other hand, it shouldn’t be very hard to understand why these artists are hungry to get back to work, and get their bands and crews back to work as well.
And needless to say, fans are hungry to get back to shows as well. Or, as Kenny Chesney put it… “horny” for it.