Brad Paisley’s Country Nation Tour Review


Brad Paisley's "Country Nation Tour" rocked the DC area on Sept, 20 2014 at Jiffy Lube Live. Opening acts Leah Turner and Randy Houser started the show off right. 

Leah Turner took the stage and I immediately was swept away. She is gorgeous, sassy and talented..everything country music women should be made of. She performed "Take The Keys" as well as "Here's My Finger." Her vocals were strong and she had amazing stage presence. She also did her own version of the Dixie Chick's "Cowboy Take Me Away." I thought she owned it and made it sound unique. I am a fan. 

Randy Houser was a powerhouse. He opened with "Boots On" and had massive energy. He is vocally gifted and talent literally explodes from his veins. He performed his latest radio singles "How Country Feels" and "Goodnight Kiss." Also his newest single "Cowboy." Randy Houser has one of the best voices in country music. His range is incredible. He did his job as the opening act and then some. 

Brad Paisley's set was immaculate. Everything from the stage set up to the graphics, it was pretty awesome. He opened with "Moonshine In The Trunk" which is a track from his latest album which is titled Moonshine In The Trunk. During "Check You For Ticks" Randy Houser joined Brad on stage. It was the last show of the tour, so some pranking was in store for everyone involved. Brad performed all his #1 singles that we all love, however, my favorite moment was when he performed "Perfect Storm." It's nice to see that side of him, we usually see the goofy, prank pulling Brad. His new album is one of his best and to see him perform that song live was intense and powerful. Also, Brad is a guitar genius. His guitar playing skills are on another level, they belong on another planet. The entire show was entertaining and it stayed to that degree of non stop entertainment. 

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