http://restginhisshadow.com/tag/autumn-prints/?http:/faithfulbloggers.co On March 1st, 2018, Blake Shelton came back to Houston. Don’t worry if you had to google his name because we’re on the same boat. I’m not a big fan of country music, but after coming to this concert. Listening to different genres doesn’t seem as bad. Let’s start with Blake himself. He gave a wonderful warm welcome to the people of Houston. He started with the song “Gonna” and transitioned into “Neon Light” which had the crowd more than hype. What caught a lot of people off guard was when the country artist stated he had the flu and that we forgive him if sounded “terrible”… Trust me he didn’t. I always thought country music was boring, bu this was the first time I actually listened to the lyrics and my god they are beautiful. The crowd sang word from word when Blake song his hit “Sangria”. I mean the artist did ask for help from the crowd to sing along and they did exactly that. Like I said before I’m not a country fan but I’m slowly becoming one. This experience was truly an eye-opening. The crowd was super in to it and there was never a dull moment during the concert. Blake Shelton left the stage like a true country legend… on the bed of a Ford pick up Truck.
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