Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Zach Myers of Shinedown Tour Dates 2011



I feel another road trip coming on...

Zach Myers (guitarist for Shinedown) put on a benefit for the fallen police officers of Memphis this summer, and I drove from Colorado to attend.  I was so close that I could be the head that keeps popping up in the lower left corner of this video.  I don't want to claim the voice I keep hearing trying to sing along, so I'm going to say it's not me.  I'm probably standing next to her.  After the show he told everyone to stick around and he'd drink / talk with us.  I tried to stay awake but I was exhausted from being on the road for three weeks.  I stumbled back to my hotel room and went to sleep. 

He's doing it again!  He's doing a “SouLLow Acoustic 2011” Tour with Chris Allen.  I had so much fun last time, I think I'll make another drive.  And if he's taking photos and signing autographs, I'm staying awake for it!  I may have to find someplace to camp so I can keep the expense to a minimum.

I'm not posting exactly which show I'll attend, but the dates are listed on his Tumblr blog:  Zach Myers is not here.  The Shinedown concerts in the big venues are great, but the smaller shows he does at the clubs are even better. 

8 comments:

Brian Miller said...

nice...i love live music....esp good live music...

blueviolet said...

I really feel like I haven't seen enough concerts in my life. The last one I saw was Aerosmith though. That was excellent!

Kelly said...

Several of those locations aren't that far from me! Didn't you tell me you went to a Shinedown concert in Shreveport once?

Jen said...

It was Bossier City. You should go if you can! Anybody up for a road trip?

LL Cool Joe said...

I used to go to concerts ALL the time, and then we had kids......

elexerdelex said...

what an honourary thing to do!
I don't know how I spell that i'm not english :(
(it means honorful)

Jen said...

@elexerdelex: The most correct word is honorable. You spell better than most people for whom English is their first language. Great job!

It was an honorable thing to do and the reason that he's one of my favorite musicians. The families of the fallen officers were there. They were in tears when they came onstage to collect the money we raised...they were so moved that strangers would do that for them.

Rebecca S. said...

I'm not going to show this video to my son. We keep trying to get him to stop chewing gum when he performs! Anyway, Zach's a cutie and I'll bet it was a good concert :)

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