Great show with all of the original ABBA music!
Here's some youtube clips you might like. Just click on each one.
I HAVE A DREAM
GIMME! GIMME! GIMME!
And then the show was over, just to short and it went by to fast !!!
STEVE KEEP THEM FINGERS MOVING !!!
Next "Special Consensus"
Next a really good group from Minnesota, it's "Geoff Elvee".
That was the last of my afternoon entertainment.
Now I was standing in line waiting to get into the Petrillo Music Shell and met 3 very nice ladies. We had things in common like 2 of them worked for the telephone company. One still works for AT&T and the other one used to work for them. Just Like ME !! Now the third lady was visiting from Phoenix and all 3 loved Country music too. So here's their picture, Judie on the left, Sue in the middle, and Dee (the visitor) on the right. Wow, we had a great time rocking to "The Flatlander's and John Rich.
And now "John Rich" takes the stage!!
John then asked for a married couple to come up on stage, so this dude brings this girl on stage with him only to find out they don't even know each other !!
Then it was "Shuttin' Detroit Down"
And of course "Cowboy Troy".
"Save A Horse Ride A Cowboy"
And finally "Fred" the "Little Man Dirty Dancing"
The 2 Day Concert finally ends.
First I got to show you my neighbors for the night. These dudes came without rain gear so he went and spent his food money for ponchos for the two of them!! I heard her say their pictures was not going into their scrapbook !! ISN'T LOVE GREAT !!!! GOOD LUCK YOU GUYS !!
Now here are a few pictures and videos of some of the activities that took place before the real downpour!!
Some Square Dance Lessons!!
Then the CMA Songwriters' Series featuring Lee Ann Womack, Bob DiPero, Dean Dillon and Scotty Emerick in the Americana Tent.
First up at 2 was Musikanto.
Lucky Town was good and got to play before the rains hit.
Rounding out the afternoon music was Southern Exposure and they "Rocked."
And a couple "Hotties" doing some dancin'.
And that ends the afternoon music.
Now a few fans that braved the rain.