After that, was Little Big Town. I found them extremely boring, but maybe that’s because they had to follow Darius Rucker’s amazing performance. It wasn’t that they were bad, but they did nothing to keep the crowd entertained. I got up for food at this point. The only song that I actually really liked was “Fine Line,” but I still wouldn’t buy it.
I really don’t like Reba. At all. I never have and I probably never will. She’s a pretty good actress, but she’s probably one of my least favorite country singers of all time and I was really annoyed that she got this great time slot. However, the woman knows how to work a crowd. Lots of dancing. She’s better live; if you like Reba, she’s worth seeing.
There’s a reason why Brad Paisley is my favorite singer. He’s absolutely amazing. I saw him last year and loved him and was so happy that he’d be at Stagecoach this year. He did not disappoint. I loved him, I loved him, I loved him! The lights were amazing. What was most interesting was I could remember which song would be next, but I was still entertained. I would see him again and I hope he comes back to L.A. soon. The main disappointment is he didn’t play his new single, “Then.”
After crashing for a few hours Saturday night and getting little sleep, my friend and I headed back to the concert. Randy Houser was up first. I recognized the name, but couldn’t place the songs at first. He was a nice opener, but I’m not sure if I’d see him as a headliner. I loved “Anything Goes.” It was so much better live. He exceeded expectations. I can’t believe I was actually considering blowing him off and hanging out somewhere else! I liked all of his songs.