The American Made Tour- Justin Moore, Lee Brice, and William Michael Morgan

On Feb 4th, Fairfax, VA was crowded with excited rednecks as they awaited the arrival of the American Made tour.

William Michael Morgan was first to take the stage. Although a newcomer in country music, he has continued to impress with his baritone vocals and unique sense of sound. His debut single ” I Met A Girl” just landed him his first #1 and he continues to make an impact on country radio. He effortlessly performed songs such as “Vinyl” and “Thank A Beer Drinker.” Although a short set, it’s evident that William Michael Morgan is truly a strong performer and songwriter.

With four #1 singles, it’s no surprise why people love Lee Brice. However, seeing him live? Impressive. He is every bit as passionate as he is talented. A lovable personality that shines while on stage, Brice is known for putting on one hell of a show. His set consisted of songs such as “Hard To Love” and “That Don’t Sound Like You.” However, he threw some newer tunes in as well. “The Locals” is an ode to all the small town people who shop, dine and wine locally. It’s quite catchy and fits Brice’s sound perfectly. Another track titled “Songs In  The Kitchen” which could possibly be on his next album was given a first listen. It’s a ballad track that takes you back in time to Brice’s children and memories.  Brice’s performance was secure and zealous. He is one amazing performer.

Co-headliner Justin Moore was last to take the stage. Known for his outlaw image, Moore’s enthusiasm on stage is rather impressive. He hits hard as nails, and never lets up. He came out strong with “Hank It” letting the crowd know he wasn’t holding anything back. A natural on stage, Moore was confident and relatable. His set included hit singles such as “You Look Like I Need A Drink” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” Fans of Moore could also hear some fan favorites such as “Guns” and “Kinda Don’t Care.” An action packed show with God-given talent, Moore’s set was engaging, energetic and even emotional at times.

The American Made Tour in its entirety was absolutely enjoyable. Three amazing entertainers joined together to give you, country music fans, everything you desire. So what are you waiting for? Find a date in your hometown and see for yourself.


Author: Brittany Vance

West Virginia born & bred living life in the DMV. I believe in kind hearts & strong drinks. Mom of two boys and Autism advocate. Music is not only powerful but magical. In the words of Merle Haggard: Good music will live forever. I am here to share that music with each of you.

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