Last Night: Zac Brown Band at the Woodlands
Next came another whiskey song followed by a ballad called "Colder Weather" about lovers and the ramblin' ones who run from them. That was our favorite cut of the night, perhaps because, by that point, it was 53 degrees and it really sounded like a country song our mom would have listened to.
The group said "Adios and vaya con dios" and played "Can't You See," a collaboration they recorded with Kid Rock.
The Crowd: A surprising amount of drunken moms, dads, grandmas, and grandpas. They were lovin' it. Hope y'all got home safe. Also, a Kevin James doppelganger who was sitting to the left of us.
Overheard in The Crowd: "OhmygoditotallydownloadedthewrongLoseYourselfandohmygoditwasactually EmineminsteadofZacBrownanditstartedplayingsuperloudandohmygod" - Girl next to us who hit us in the face with her sharp ponytail.
Random Notebook Dump: We wanted to see Alan Jackson too.