Darius Rucker shines in Syracuse
Nothing like starting your weekend a little early with a kick ass country concert! That’s right; Darius Rucker was ready to party with Syracuse.
Before Darius took the stage, at the Syracuse War Memorial, we were treated to a fantastic performance by a new up and coming female artist, Cam. She bounced around the stage with her high energy and tambourine fully captivating the audience. She made sure to perform her beautiful song “Burning House” before making way for David Nail.
David Nail came out and owned that stage. He spoke to us about “being country.” Shared a story or two about his dad and performed his hit songs “Let It Rain” and “Whatever She’s Got,” just to name a few. By the time he was done, the crowd was pumped for the man of the hour to get up there.
In true Darius fashion, he came out and commanded that stage. With his soulful voice and smooth moves, he put on a show that fans would be talking about for days. He gave us a mixed bag of music, including some of his Hootie music and Black Crowes. Darius shared some wonderful memories with us and performed a beautiful song off his new album called “So I Sang.” He was filled with so much emotion and opened up with such sweet lyrics. He said that that was one of his most honest songs he’s ever written. Before he finished his 90 minutes with the fans, he invited David Nail and Cam to come out and perform together which was a special treat for the fans. It’s always so amazing to see so much talent on one stage. Darius shared the spotlight with the phenomenally talented musicians in his band “The Carolina Grey Boys.” One of which I was lucky enough to meet and share a conversation with. Lead guitarist Quinton Gibson is truly a class act. The evening was finally complete with Darius and the boys performing their hit son “Wagon Wheel.” He left nothing on the stage; he gave us everything he had. What a great night!!
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