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Night Full of Country

Brett Eldredge delivers an entertaining night of country music

     Country Artist Brett Eldredge performed at Daily’s Place Amphitheater on October 21, 2018. Eldredge, accompanied by openers Abby Anderson and Devin Dawson, performed in front of nearly a full theatre of fans. Eldredge opened the concert with his well-known song “The Reason.”      Eldredge was very personable as he moved around the stage and tried to make every fan around him feel special. Eldredge continued singing his biggest hits for two hours. This included “The Long Way” which had everyone present singing along; “Castaway” which caused the crowd to light up the room with their phone flashlights; and “Don’t Ya” that had everyone up on their feet.
     Appealing to both teens and adults Eldredge had a diverse age group throughout the crowd.
     Eldredge’s song “Love Someone” was dedicated to his dog, Edgar. Eldredge surprised the crowd with an appearance from his dog and had Edgar sit on stage as he sang. Before exiting the stage Edgar performed multiple tricks.
Jacksonville, FL was the last show off Eldredge’s “The Long Way Tour.” In honor of the ending tour, his band and crew members decided to prank him on stage. During           Eldredge’s song “Lose My Mind” they surprised him with silly costumes and dances. Eldredge laughed along with the crowd as he sang.
     Brett Eldredge closed the night with “One Mississippi” as he thanked all his fans for coming.

 

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Reilly Nance, Arts and Entertainment Editor
Reilly Nance is the 2019-2020 Arts and Entertainment Editor of The Shield Newspaper. This is her second year on staff and she is responsible for writing and editing articles. Besides being on staff, Reilly is also an officer for Anchor Club and is a part of Medical Club. In Reilly’s free time she enjoys attending concerts and spending time with her friends and family. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in secondary education.
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