Concert Schedule: Alisan Porter, Clark Beckham, Taylor Hicks

Alisan Porter opens for Toby Keith in Rancho Mirage, California, Clark Beckham plays the Red Room in Boston, Taylor Hicks heads to Gulfport, Mississippi. Check out Saturday’s reality star concert schedule below,

Concert Schedule October 27 2018

Casey Abrams w Postmodern Jukebox – Capitol Center for the Arts – Concord NH
Lauren Alaina – Bismarck Events Center – Bismarck ND
Gabby Barrett & Cade Foehner w Chris Lane – House of Blues – San Diego CA
Clark Beckham – The Red Room at Cafe 939 – Boston MA
Craig Wayne Boyd – Black Oak Casino – Tuolumne CA
Danielle Bradbery – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh NC
Colton Dixon – Florida State Fairgrounds – Tampa FL
James Durbin & Quiot Riot – Kansas Crossing Casino – Pittsburg KS
Sawyer Fredericks – The Stone Church – Brattleboro VT
Danny Gokey – Topeka Performing Arts Center – Topeka KS
Josh Gracin – Kaya Vineyard – Dahlonega GA
Taylor Hicks – Island View Casino Valet – Gulfport MI
Tony Lucca – The Crib – Herndon VA
Scotty McCreery – United Wireless Arena – Dodge City KS
Alisan Porter w Toby Keith – The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa – Rancho Mirage CA
Alex Preston – Great Scott – Boston MA
Jake Worthington – Show Sports Farm – Magnolia TX

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  1. A little “Freight Train” from the Beach Avenue reunion show (Nick Fradiani’s pre-Idol band, which is why the frontman looks remarkably Nick-like). Roughly 600 years from now, I will have the full show uploaded.

  2. I remember watching that band on AGT years ago thinking they got robbed during Vegas Week .Who would know that their frontman would win Idol a year later ??

  3. It’s time for a thing you expect (the full Beach Avenue reunion show) and a surprise for some additional songs, as the opener, Michael Minelli, has two reality show connections that only MJ and a few people paying serious attention are likely to remember. (What are those connections? Answer is here)

    For Clark Beckham fans, yes, I do have tickets to his show tonight at Cafe Nine and am hoping I can wiggle my way to a vantage point for getting good video.

    Beach Avenue reunion, full show:

    Michael Minelli, all but the last two songs:

  4. As usual, lots of energy going on from both James & the audience—like all the phones/cameras pointed their way.

  5. So Clark Beckham tonight… amazing vocals (there are some notes he hit that are unbelievable even after hearing them), great sense of humor, played that two new songs that he asked people not to share video of, so I don’t have those… and… and… here’s a little something you won’t hear at other stops on his tour.

  6. so are the new songs of Clark’s similar in style to most of the stuff I’ve heard from him (that is, 1960ish r&b)?

  7. Sweet little guitar bridge is my fav part, but they sing nicely together, that cut has aged well enough that their slightly retro take sounds fresh…although I kept getting flashes of a deeper groove from another time, and that was probably because of the tones in their vocals combined with the tempo. Nice.

    Chuckling at the “that show” reference. Heh.

  8. That was my impression. They’re more tightly written than the earlier originals he played — up through the duet, my feeling about the show was “I’m having a good time,” and then with the first new original, it was “this is a GOOD SONG.”

    It was so good that now I sort of wish I’d taken video for my personal use so I could take another listen, but I was afraid I’d get bleary and upload the wrong files, so it wasn’t worth the risk. It’s coming out pretty soon, so fingers-crossed that I like it as much in the produced version.

    Does he expect to set the world on fire with his retro sound? Y’know, the answer’s always gonna be “yes and no.” Any artist wants as many people as possible to fall in love with what he or she has to say. At the same time, it’s hard to miss the challenges the current music industry poses, especially when you’re playing a cap-125 venue, albeit one that has a serious rep for bringing in good and innovative music.

  9. Earlier in Clark’s banter, he named the show, so it wasn’t a Cookian “that show,” tho. ALL of my videos miss like the first two sentences of Clark’s lead-in, because most musicians I see live don’t do a lot of banter and so I don’t even try to record it — but Clark’s patter is essential to the overall impact of what he’s doing and I just was not picking up the cadence to record it fully and correctly. (The issue is that I’m still a beginner at video-taking, not anything he was doing.)

    Fortunately, I did have the presence of mind to capture the movie-song bit and the church schtick, both of which were hilarious and charming, and I will upload those today or tomorrow.

    What delighted me on this one was frankly that Nick came in with that uncharacteristic vocal section toward the end.

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