Stephan Useche/Staff Writer
The cowboy boots slamming against the wood floor of Round Up Country Western Club in Davie, Fla., to the beat of a two-step melody kept the country music lovers occupied as they awaited the up-and-coming country singer Brett Eldredge’s performance.
Camouflage hats and phones ready to snap a picture filled the horizon towards the stage of the nightclub and received Kiss Country radio station host Darlene Evans.
Evans kicked off the performance by introducing the opening act of The Railers, a country band signed by Warner Music Nashville and who prepped the audience with their upbeat contemporary country songs. With one of the members playing the violin and the other jamming to the songs to the beat of a tambourine, The Railers finished their performance with songs like “I Don’t Love You,” “Put Your Lovin’ in These Hands” and “The Irish Song.”
Not long after that, Brett ran into the stage and wasted no time in starting the show with his song “Mean to me.”
With a Luke Bryan meets John Mayer appearance and music style, Brett introduced the songs of his new album “Bring You Back,” which has his first number one hit single “Don’t Ya,” and has taken him to make appearances on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Live with Kelly and Michael” and “Today.”
Songs like John Mayer’s “Wonderland,” Brooks and Dunn’s “Red Dirt Road” and the Police’s “Roxanne” kept the audience pumped and jamming.
Brett sang the long-awaited song, “Don’t Ya” as his closing act where he went into the crowd autographing CD covers, posters and cowboy boots.
The crowd surrounded him as they sang along to the catchy song, eventually giving him room to make it back to the stage and conclude the performance.