It was Friday March 11, 2011 when Rick Springfield made his yearly appearance to the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN to perform his energetic rock set for the fans who came in from various cities on the east coast.
Mike Arnold and James Downing of Concert Blast were on hand to record a concert review audio podcast on the evening. Since Brian Hasbrook and Tom Thompson were out of town, they invited one of their friends to join them as a special guest host, singer/songwriter/performer Donna Frost. During the concert review discussion, long-time Concert Blast friend Sue Street joined them for the discussion.
Rick Springfield gave the house full of fans a night of Rock and Roll fun as he performed most all of his hits along with songs from his latest projects. Rick led the crowd in sing-alongs, walked through the crowd on top of the tables, invited children on stage to sing with him, and destroyed dozens of roses (given to him from the fans in the crowd) as he used them during his whirl-wind guitar strum.
On the encore, his former drummer of over 30 years, Jack White (now a Nashville resident), joined Rick on stage to sing the classic hit, ”Mustang Sally”. After the show, Jack also came by to say hello to Concert Blast.
Enjoy the Rick Springfield concert review audio podcast from Concert Blast!
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