Monday, November 9, 2015

Soggy boots won’t stop ’em.

Although the forecast reported grey skies and weary minds, that still wasn’t enough to stop our country lovers from stacking out front of the gate to see Randy Houser and Jerrod Neimann πŸ‘‰(truly)πŸ‘ˆshow us how country feels. πŸ˜Ž As buckets of rain poured, those saxophones and bass guitars rippled through the drenched venue. Not one dry cowboy boot in that field proved IAH of it’s loyal and ohhh so dedicated country fans. πŸ™Œ Meanwhile, the following show seemed to sprint towards us. As the venue swarmed in with music and love, in marched thousands of hungry ears to hear flavorful reggae beats that brought out the rays in our souls; inevitably, RVA could feel for miles.✌️ As many could recall, the barefoot Boston band soulfully referred to as “The Adam Ezra Group” played through the glare as the night was topped off with the Rusted Roots, and finally The WailersπŸ™Œ
πŸ‘‰Two totally different flavors of music at the same exact venue (easily) within days of each other. This undoubtedly reminds me of why IAH will always hold it down for the πŸŽΆbeautifully🎢 diverse, RVAπŸ™Œ. And to think, this summer has only just begun😝. #IAH2014 #kELsi

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