Queens Place Emera Centre in Liverpool was packed full of country music fans on Friday evening. Autumn Rae Carver was the first performance of the evening. She is a local musician with an incredible voice. Last year, she opened for Jason Benoit and The Washboard Union.
Jason Price was the second performance and opener for Brett Kissel. His set was fantastic. He performed his own music, some new music from his upcoming album and did a few covers. It was great to see people up and dancing during his set.
It had been 5 years since Brett Kissel was in Liverpool and he packed the house! I’ve been to many of Brett’s concerts and every single time I’m amazed.
His energy and performance is over the top amazing. He performed a tribute to Hank Snow singing “I’ve been everywhere” and did he ever deliver. The crowd loved it.
During his set, Brett got the 3 photographer’s covering the show including my husband James up on stage to take photos of him with the full venue behind him. It was a great moment and incredible photo.
During the evening, he did some covers including Brooks & Dunn, John Michael Montgomery and even Shania Twain. The crowd went wild when Brett’s band started playing the tune of “Man, I feel like a woman”. Brett was like “no, no, no” and the crowd was cheering for him too! They did a fantastic job.
Overall, it was an incredible night. Queens Place Emera Centre is a great venue and has put on their second very successful country concert. We look forward to the next one.
Below is photos of the evening. All photos taken by James Peake.