Drunk Sober High
You should know the band from recognizable hits like "Song of the South" and "Mountain Music" among a litany of legendary tunes from its illustrious career.
"It's just nice sometimes to be able to go to a show and laugh for two hours."
The theme of this year's performance is "Through Song: WE ARE One."
The Nashville quintet's lyrical blend of pop and country energized a sizable Bryce Jordan Center crowd.
In this parody of Charles Schultz's Peanuts, Charles Brown (CB) and his hyperbolized friends confront their sexualities, bullying, mental illness, drugs, fragile masculinity, and their toxic relationships with each other following the death of CB's dog.
15,588 people attended Metallica's concert on Saturday night, smashing the Bryce Jordan Center's concert attendance record.
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