The bra toss saga continues. While we preach here that throwing stuff on stage for your favorite artists is often obnoxious, we are talking about the items that can do some damage. You know, water bottles, bracelets, or that crazy Bebe Rexha fanthat threw a phone at her. However, there is no harm that a bra can do when getting tossed up on stage.
Some lighthearted fun, as you will.
Treaty Oak Revival has one wild fanbase (in the best way possible), so time was ticking until we got a good bra toss video from one of their shows. And this fan did not disappoint. Usually, their shows are filled with beer showers, loud guitar riffs, a bit of moshing, and headbanging, but this Denver crowd added some stage decor to that list.
A fan from the crowd posted a video of her bra crumpled up in her hand, waiting to be launched onto the stage of The Gothic Theatre. With one good heave, the bra flew onto the stage with perfect timing as bass player Andrew Carey tipped the neck of his guitar to the front of the crowd, and the bra came down perfectly onto it.
Carey, not knowing that his guitar would be a landing pad for the pink-lined bra, looked down in shock. A similar reaction to hooking a bass that’s much bigger than you felt when reeling it.
He then swings it around for a second, with a grin, as he and the other boys continue rocking out.
As one TikTok user left on the video:
“This is the most Treaty Oak Revival thing I’ve seen.”
And I’d have to agree. Treaty Oak Revival even responded to the video, noting how impeccable the toss was.
Treaty Oak’s fanbase needs to be protected at all costs; they are incredible.
If you haven’t given their new album, Have A Nice Day, a listen yet, check out a few of our favorites.
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Treaty Oak Revival Announces Their Grand Ole Opry Debut
Treaty Oak Revival has had a knock-out year. From the continued success of their debut album capturing the hearts of fans, they released their sophomore album, Have A Nice Day, which was a massive success.
If people hadn’t heard of Treaty Oak prior to listening to their new album, it feels like they became instant fans. With it landing on theWhiskey Riff’s Top 40 Albums of the Yearlist and coming out in December, you know it has to be good to resonate with listeners that quickly.
The dream keeps getting better for the West Texas natives as they announce they are set to make their Grand Ole Opry Debut.
“We’ve been keeping it under wraps for a while, but we are beyond excited and honored to announce that we will be making our Opry debut on February 6th!
This has been a longtime dream come true for us, and we would love it if y’all came out to support, as we take our first step in the circle where so many legends have stood before us! See you there.”
Their rock and roll sound will shake up the Opry stage as they show the Nashville crowd how it’s done from the Lone Star State.
I can only imagine that the Opry crowd will be a little more tame than their usual concertgoers, but the energy that they bring to the stage will be electric as it always is.