However, the strangest aspect of the concert for me was the fact the tables in front of the stage were all gone. So, like several rock shows, there was general admission standing in front of the stage. It was my 26th show at Billy Bob’s, including a handful of rock concerts, and it was the first time I had ever seen the historic venue set up without its trademark cramped tables. It was much, much better that way.
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By Chuck Cox Special Contributor The sound at any show at the Kessler is spectacular. But when it’s an acoustic concert at the Oak Cliff hot spot, like Saturday’s bill of Vaden Todd Lewis and opener Will Johnson, chill bumps are going to happen. Accept it. Lewis, lead singer of the Toadies and [...]