I’m sitting in my hotel room, skillfully eating some leftover chicken and dumplings from Cracker Barrel with a coffee straw cause I don’t have a fork, putting off taking off my makeup, and writing this post while everything is still kinda fresh in my mind.
I had the most amazing time tonight at the show! I honesty wish my brain was working better now so I could write better words but this is all I got lol
The show was SO GOOD!! I had so much fun and the Louisville Palace was beautiful!! Like wow it was a gorgeous theater and I’m so glad I got the chance to go! I appreciate so much what everyone did to put this show together for all of us and it all went so well!
I had VIP seats so I got to see Mark sing before the show started and I am honestly so proud of him for facing his fear of singing in front of everyone and doing so well! Sorry the phone lights threw you off a little but tbh it really added to the moment. And I’m glad you got your little guitar clamp thing back lol Thank you so much for doing that for us~
I had seen little clips of the show here and there from June and I thought it looked amazing but I was not prepared for how much more fun and amazing it was to actually be there and participate in the show! Every second was so funny and fun and I think my favorite part was the dance off! Sorry Ethan but Mark won this one lol The fan participation was so cool!
I love the whole team so much it was awesome to see them all perform in person. ALSO AMY AND KATHRYN!! Shout-out to them for being awesome and beautiful and going around to get questions from people!
Okay I better wrap this up cause I’ve rambled too much at this point. I might write more tomorrow if I can think of more to say. But thank you Mark, Ethan, Bob, Wade, Tyler, Amy, Kathryn, and of course Dan the Music Man for putting on a fantastic show that I won’t forget~
P.S. - My mom also loved the show and thought you all did amazing!
With my first ever experience seeing Jack in person, I really gotta say, for a first time for a tour, that was something that words will never be able to describe. I won’t spoil much but a lot of what he talked about with being the youngest in his family, I could really relate to. A lot of the (unfortunate) bad stuff, I really could relate to. And to me, that’s something I never thought I’d be able to do, not only relate to a 27-year-old man from Ireland, but someone I look up to and admire for their kindness and humble nature. No matter how much his channel (and paychecks) are growing, he’s never talked down to us or treated us as if he’s better than us. He is using is popularity and the (I know he doesn’t like calling it this but) fame he has to show us that we can’t let our heads get too big and turn into arrogant assholes and that we need to, lack of a better term, remember how we got here. And just the whole experience was something I would not only definitely see again, but go to any other tour or show he has in the future. Congratulations Jack, you made it through your first tour. Thank you for all that you do, have done, and will do in the future. We’re proud of you.
P.S. if you see this, why the hell did you choose the Midwest as your first tour place?