Blake Shelton and Chris Janson Keep It Country in Pennsylvania [Pictures]
Blake Shelton kept it country when he brought his tour to Wilkes-Barre, Pa. on March 18. The "Came Here to Forget" singer invited Chris Janson along for some support, and that included a lot of harmonica!
Shelton's tour hit the Mohegan Sun Arena on a Friday night, and the crowd couldn't help but have a party! Janson started things off with an energetic set and lots of love for his family. He pulled out his harmonica and shredded it for the audience, who sang along to "Buy Me a Boat," his biggest hit.
Shelton made his entrance to a neon light outline in the shape of his body, and the crowd went wild when they saw it. Then, the singer appeared in the flesh, kicking things off with "Neon Light." He also sang "Some Beach, "Doin' What She Likes" and "Kiss My Country Ass," among other classics.
Sure, Shelton is a superstar, but but he keeps his show on the simpler side. The crowd still felt it was worth their month — his show was the fastest sell-out in the history of the venue!
“Wilkes-Barre is a real country city,” Shelton said on stage with a laugh. “Y’all are in camouflage and have turkey calls out here. This is a special place and that calls for a drink!”
If you haven't checked out Shelton's new tour yet, see what you're missing out on in the photos of above. Then, see if he's coming to a city near you.
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