Per the Sprint Center's website, the show was canceled "due to illness" and "all original tickets [...] will be honored on March 3." Per my friends who attended, Strait came out, played two songs, said he couldn't go on, and then walked off stage.
Martina McBride will open the rescheduled show, as she did the truncated performance this past weekend. Here's hoping she works up a different set list for everybody seeing round 2.
Actually, I am kind of enjoying the sudden abundance of tribute shows in Kansas City, and I think tonight's tribute to the Grateful Dead at Crosstown Station — Workingman's Beauty — might be a good time. At least one of the dudes in the band, Steve Molitz, comes well-credentialed — he's played with Phil Lesh & Friend and Particle. They're a new act, too, and this is their first show. More info here.
As the Hold Steady once said: certain songs, they get so scratched into our souls. Some songs help you through tough times; some songs are there because the radio has ingrained them in your brain when you were growing up.
After hearing songs thousands of times, you have to find alternate meanings because listening to the lyrics at face value has become a slog. Why not? Here are a handful of songs that will either be a) easier to listen to or b) completely ruined upon reinterpretation.
Sweet. I'ma bang that ho.
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