Sure, cuttin’ loose with your friends, drinking a little too much, feeling the energy of the crowd is great and you can’t really recreate that at home, but it’s moments like this… those raw, real, once in a lifetime moments, that I miss the most.
A few years back, while in tour in Hartford, Connecticut, Miranda Lambert began a performance of “The House That Built Me,” when she caught a sign in the crowd. It read:
“Three combat tours… your voice was the last thing I listened to every night. Thank you.”
Needless to say, that was enough to put Miranda over the edge. In tears, taking sips from her drink and trying to sing a few lines here and there, Miranda had to call on the fans to help her finish this one.
And that’s what it’s all about it. Songs that matter, music that’s going to leave an impact on people’s lives.
Here’s another angle.
Whiskey Riff is the most entertaining country site…ever.