Billy Currington Follows ‘Good Directions’ to 20 Monroe Live
Downtown Grand Rapids was hopping with cowboy boots and laughter the night of August 3rd, as fans started to file into 20 Monroe Live. Billy Currington is an award winning country music performer that attracts all ages to his events. As expected, Currington stole a piece of our hearts.
The night started with a new artist on the country scene, Madison Kozak. Her first EP was just released, as she signed with Big Loud Publishing’s record label. Although fans may not have known who she was when they arrived, she quickly made an impression. Her hit song “First Last Name” was a crowd favorite, and expressed a relationship with her father. After a few songs of her own, and a mashup of Little Big Town’s “Boondocks” and Lorde’s “Royals”, she left the stage for Currington to take.
Grand Rapids exploded as Billy entered the stage with his band and greeted the city. Currington played hit after hit throughout the night, including, “Do I Make You Wanna,” “Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” and the heavily award-nominated song, “People Are Crazy.” Currington also played his newest release, “Details,” and his most recent song to reach the top of charts, “Bring It On Over.”
Currington bounced around the stage, with his guitar and signature backwards ball cap, to each song. He threw out multiple guitar pics and laughed with enthusiastic fans. Everyone was singing along and didn’t want the night to end anytime soon.
Currington and his band wished a fun and safe night upon the crowd as they exited the stage, but this did not bode well with fans. Less than a minute later, “Billy” was being chanted until the man and his band took one more stand. Currington, being lured back onto the stage, played three more songs, including the fan favorite “Good Directions”. After the singing had come to an end, Currington stayed on stage and gave high fives and guitar pics out to fans as others began to make their way out of the venue.
Without a doubt, Billy Currington left a positive and memorable impression on country music fans, and would be welcomed to ‘Bring It On Over’ back to Grand Rapids anytime!