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John Mayer Concert Review – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

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    Posted on 12/11/2013

    John Mayer In Concert - Nashville, TN

    John Mayer In Concert - Nashville, TN (Photo by www.examiner.com)

    John Mayer returned to Nashville, TN on Wednesday December 4th, 2013 for another performance with speical guests, Philip Phillips. Although Concert Blast wasn’t invited this time to review his concert, one of our guest bloggers attended the show and was kind enough to provide Concert Blast readers with her thoughts on these performances.  Enjoy the John Mayer / Phillip Phillips concert review by guest blogger Terri Gibson.

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      Adam Lambert Meet and Greet / Q&A Acoustic Performance Session – Nashville, TN – 107.5 The River – 03/09/2012

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        Posted on 3/11/2012

        Adam Lambert - The River 107.5 - Nashville, TN

        Adam Lambert - The River 107.5 - Nashville, TN


        Written by Christina Williams
        (aka Alabama Tina)

        When I think of Adam Lambert I think of someone who is an extremely talented vocalist, heavily involved in charity work that is close to his heart, and someone who isn’t afraid to be himself.  I was all too excited when I found out that I would be able to write a blog for Concert Blast at a private Adam Lambert event being held by the radio station 107.5 The River in Nashville, Tennessee and sponsored by Direct Auto Insurance.

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          Jakob Dylan Concert Review – Nashville, TN – Exit In – 10/28/2010 (Blog)

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            Jakob Dylan In Concert - Photo From jakobdylan.com

            Wriiten by Guest Blogger Josh Jackson 

            I’ve never been a super-huge fan of Jakob Dylan, but have always respected and admired his talents from afar. I had my first introduction to him back in 1995 when the then unknown Wallflowers opened for Chris Isaak at TPAC. I was able to see the Wallflowers one other time, a wonderful show at the now defunct 328 Performance Hall, but lost touch with their music, not paying too much attention to it after 2000’s Breach. 

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