hill and mcgraw win with big show, big personalities
The spark ignited at that time was still obvious. -
Ten years, three children, and then two more careers. -
The first of two shows at TD Banknorth Garden last night.
It was very impressive considering that the wattage fell from their stage.
So delicate and elegant design--
There are four videos.
Lighting ramps take them to the feet of the sale
The crowd outside, a raised central platform surrounded by their big band, and a sophisticated lighting device ---
This could get Gareth Brooks out of pure arena envy.
Luckily, the dominant couple of country pop music brought their A game, even if they sang the B material and had that big stage.
Hill sang with her Gale power and with his arm Macquariewide-
Open personality and their passion for fans.
At the beginning of the night, the two sang face-to-face the first of many duets, a painful sad one we never loved.
Hill and her band kicked off 65 from there.
Minutes of rocking between her bubble-like pop song \"This Kiss\", her big diva ballad (including the painful \"cry\") and the more provincial country --
Folk songs from her recent album, Firefly.
Hill generously pointed out that this dream --
Encouraging headline folk songs and \"kissing\" is the product of first-class Stenton Singers --
Lyrics by Lori McKenna
Hill brought the house down with a blue \"one day\" and an exciting harmony
The rich version of the hymn \"My soul is good\" features her backup singer.
Thanks to the set designer, the transition from Hill to McGraw is seamless and only the choice of songs can be destroyed.
As the title suggests, \"always angry\" is not only a frustration, but a lack of motivation, the worst of the duets they recorded.
The more fun and sexy \"let\'s have sex\" corrected the ship before McGraw and his longtime band \"dance hall doctor\" moved on.
If 17,927 people were excited to see Hill, they would be crazy for her husband, wearing his black cowboy hat and painting it --
He\'s more formulaic but good in jeans. sung tunes.
When some people hit their target-
Weepy \"don\'t take the girl away\" and grab-the-
The national anthem of the day, live like you die, is a big song ---
Others like fluffy \"just to see your smile\" and feel a little thin in the physical department.
But as usual, stupid hung Ki
\"I like it, I like it\" got the crowd up. Hill re-
Appear in a group of duets, including a gracious duets if left
Cover of Bob Marley\'s No Woman, No Cry ---
All the band members joined.
The husband and wife finally face-to-face, performing against the knee on the opposite side of an old man
The time radio microphone coordinated off and sultry on \"I Need You.