Play That Song, TRAIN
It's that time of year again, we all look forward to... SUMMER! The summer for us is hectic because we cover many concerts at Bethel Woods in NY. Bethel Woods is located at the original site of "Woodstock festival" in 1969.on
To start Bethel's concert season this year was the "Play That Song Tour" with Train, O.A.R and Natasha Bedingfield. First performing was Natasha Bedingfield. She is just beautiful and so down to earth. She talked to the crowd and talked to some of the kids in the front rows about growing up, having fun and not giving up on your dreams. She had on a plain black body suit with a cute summer looking skirt wrap and a crown. Her shoes! Omg, totally bringing it back to the 90's!! She had platform sneakers on. I haven't seen them in years! But I do remember having many pairs of them. She played fan favorites of course. "These Words", "Pocket Full Of Sunshine", and "Unwritten", along with some of her new songs which are of course all awesome!
Next to come on stage was O.A.R.. They were awesome as well! You can tell they were all having a blast on stage! They played their hits "Shattered", "I Go Through", "Peace" and many others.
Train came on last and the crowd went crazy! They have been at Bethel a few times before, and I swear every time they come, the crowds get larger and larger! They performed their hit songs "Calling All Angels", "Meet Virginia", "Drops Of Jupiter" and many others. They invited Natasha Bedingfield on stage to perform "Bruises" with them, and O.A.R. to perform a Paul Simon cover "You Can Call Me Al". I personally love to see when other artists perform with each other.
It was a great night and I can't wait to tell you all about the next concert I see!!