3 Doors Down Acoustic Show @ Taft theater in Cincinnati Ohio

Photos by: Jason Evans

      3 Doors Down started with the show playing all of 
their hits such as "It's not my time", "Duck and Run", "Loser", and "Let me Go". They also played some new stuff like "You Better Believe it" and quite possibly a single release from a new up and coming album with a latin feel called "I don't wanna know". 

       Since 3DD usually performs a larger house standing rock show, playing acoustically was a different type of live show and not typical Three Doors Down, however the energy of the show and the crispness of the vocals was ongoing throughout as the band had an amazing live sound. The acoustic setting gave Brad the opportunity to cover one of his favorite artisits by performing an amazing rendition of Garth Brooks' The Dance. Despite being a different style of performance, the crowd was still very much involved with roaring applause, standing ovations, singing, and dancing in the aisles. Everybody in attendance was well rewarded with a great show!

    Three Doors Down closed the original show with their first big hit "Kryptonite". As the band left the stage the crowd erupted with thunderous applause, everybody on their feet and cheering for more. The band gladly obliged and came back onstage for 3 more songs with everybody in the crowd standing for the remainder of the show. They began to play "When Nothing else Matters" by Metallica and when complete Brad stated, "I grew up listening to country music, but I listened to metal too!" Then they proceeded to finish the show with their hits "Here Without You" and "When I'm Gone". The tickets were competitively priced approximately $40-$60 and was a great value for a unique 3DD performance filled with this many

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        Written by: Jason Evans at www.concertexposures.com  facebook.com/jasonevansoutdoorphotography

Photos by: Jason Evans