Koe Wetzel Delivers Stripped-Down Performance Of “Friends In Low Places” Amid Power Outage

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What do you do when there are technical difficulties at a show?

You whip out some classics.

Koe Wetzel is on the last leg of his Road to Hell Paso Tour, giving the people what they came to see.

Well, that is until there are technical difficulties, and the power chooses not to work correctly. During his show in Canfield, Ohio, the power went out mid-set, but instead of letting fans down, he decided to carry on with the bit of power the stage had.

Right when the power cut, Koe naturally had to sing “This Little Light Of Mine” in an effort to get the lights back on.

“This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine
Let it shine till the power comes the f**k back on
I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.” 

Instead of letting the crow sit and chat, being the performer Koe is, he opened up his catalog of old classics to sing till the situation was figured out.

Koe fires up a near acapella version of  Garth Brooks’ classic “Friends In Low Places.”

As Koe is singing the verse, you can hear the band starting to gear up to support during the chorus, but you can see from Koe’s hand gesture that he tells the band to back down and leave the melodies barely there.

The vocals that the crowd got from Koe during this impromptu performance are superb.

We all know Koe for his raw lyrics with no filter, but moments like this remind you that the boy can REALLY sing.

Check it out:

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A beer bottle on a dock