That is unbelievable. I would need to be restrained too if someone pissed on me at a show ! I enjoyed reading your review and thanks for referencing mine although noone else seemed to notice.
That is so gross! Sucks that those people's night had to be ruined by that guy BUT on the up side they got bumped up in seats to the pit UPGRADE!!!
Awesome review btw very enjoyable read! I was at the Green Bay wi and the Milwaukee wi shows.
at the green bay show my brother (haven't seen him in 5 years) flew in from cali to go to it for my birthday with me and I ended up getting to take a shot of jack d with eric after he sang homeboy and He also took my boot during these boots up on stage with him got his pick and he signed it. Best night ever i was front row of pit at the end of the catwalk.
HE also pointed out my superman shirt during the line in drink in my hand and showed me his muscles after haha it was a nice moment.
didn't see him whip it out. . .but the seats and floor were COVERED with liquid and a section of about 10 seats were empty for the rest of the night and he was removed. I did see one guy being restrained from going after the guy. Yes. . .that actually happened.
I saw him (Justin) over the summer as a headliner at one of those Friday cheers outdoor concerts in Fredericksburg. He played his entire catalog with the exception of "Grandpa". I was not that familiar with his stuff except for what I had heard on the radio. I actually was there to see the opener Josh Thompson. None of the crowd even knew who Josh Thompson was ! They were there foR Justin. They knew every word to every song.So Justin is bigger in popularity than you think. I was impressed and went and purchased both of his albums.Now seriously this guy (you mention in your review ) stood up right where he was sitting and actually unzipped his pants pulled his thing out and actually pissed on someone ? What did that person do ? What was the girlfriend doing at this time ? How did he not get arrested ?
I'm so very humbled by your kind words. Sincerely, thank you.
I do not write professionally though music is my passion. I am a classically trained vocalist and have spent about 15 years playing everything from rock and roll to folk. I hear things differently--blessing and a curse at times.
I mainly write for me. . .just to get it out...and that's what this review was--more historical for me to remember than anything else...if you got something from it then that's even better. Keep on man---keep on.
That is a very well written review I have ever read on a forum. If I had to guess you are a writer/critic or are very good at writing op-ad pieces. I couldn't agree with you more on Kip's performance! I was in Indy and that was my first time seeing Kip.
Justin was my 3rd time and I really enjoy that because I have seen him literally watched him come up from the honkey tonk bars that hold about 250 people, to the fairs, and now an opening act on a huge country wide tour. Justin has a great band behind him as well. I have talked to his stage left guitarist for about an hour and they are very humble people.
EC where to begin? I seen him in 2010 at a small local country feast he opened for Gretchen Wilson and I was hooked! I've always loved country music but never had that one artist that I connect with. I like him do not fit the mold of traditional country music stereotypes. I have now seen him as an opener twice and a headliner twice. His shows NEVER get old. If he tours with Kenny I would gladly shell out my hard earned cash for pit tickets to that show.