June 20th marked the start of the added 20 tour dates from Blake Shelton’s 2013 Ten Times Crazier Tour. Now, however, fans will be treated to The Band Perry and Neal McCoy as opening acts that really set the stage for Shelton.
The Band Perry is the show’s first opening act and is a band that is relatively new. Breaking into the spotlight in 2010, the band has a few hits under their belt including “If I Die Young” and “Chainsaw,” which is their newest song.
Neal McCoy actually has more albums to his name than Shelton and will be the second act to hit the stage. The great thing about this tour is that the long breaks normally seen in between sets are all but eliminated as McCoy hits the stage when breaks would normally occur. This means the whole night is filled with music.
Neal will be singing “The Snake,” “Wink” and “Can You Do This.” McCoy has also been known to do a range of cover songs with Led Zeppelin and Michael Jackson being two of the artists that he likes to choose for his covers.
Last on stage will be Blake Shelton. During his set, a lot of favorites will be added into the mix. Shelton has been known to do a cover or two, with “Home” by Michael Buble being one of his go-to covers as of late. The set will include songs from all of Shelton’s albums, but newer songs from his latest release Based on a True Story will be some of the best.
Fans will hear “God Gave Me You” and “Hillbilly Bone” before the night is over. In total, Blake will sing 15 songs before the night is through.
The trio of acts put on an exciting concert and are known for never disappointing their fans.