On the evening of May 16th, some of the most talented performers in music stopped in Little Rock, Arkansas to kick off a tour in support of Danny Worsnop’s debut solo album The Long Road Home.
A true artist treats a show in front of 10 people just as they would if it were 10,000, and these musicians did just that!
Between the countless stage shots, playful banter between everyone on the tour, and amazing music, I couldn’t imagine a show to be more fun. Anyone could see that the people on this small run of shows are more like a family than any of the other touring acts around.
Kirk Baxley, an artist I had not listened to prior to this night, put on such a lively performance including a cover of Arkansas native Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue.”
Sarah Ross, one of the friendliest ladies you will ever meet, then proceeded to blow minds with her dynamic vocal range.
After Sarah’s fun performance, Danny Worsnop and his band of brilliant musicians took the stage. Worsnop played his new album, The Long Road Home, in its entirety along with one of the most special songs he has ever written, “Moving On.”
The amount of sheer talent Worsnop and his band possess is absolutely incredible. With a touch of blues, twang of country, and the attitude of a rocker, the set was one that no one could possibly dislike.
If you haven’t already, please go buy a copy of Danny Worsnop’s new album, The Long Road Home! You can buy a copy here.
GREAT NEWS!!! We also have a SIGNED and PERSONALIZED copy to give away to one lucky reader!
Find out how to win in a post coming within the next couple days along with an interview with Worsnop himself telling all about the album, photography, what’s coming next, and more.