Coffey: Long, lively Willie Nelson set, Yoakam highlight one of best country shows I’ve seen
Wednesday’s sold-out show at the Pinewood Bowl Theater showed good old Willie’s still got it as he played late into the night, well past his typical set time.
Nelson’s set capped a night of fantastic, classic country music with sets from both Robert Earl Keen and Dwight Yoakam.
A Texas country songwriter, Keen and his band played an hour full of songs such as “Feelin’ Good Again,” “Gringo Honeymoon” and “The Road Goes On Forever.” They’re excellent country songs that aren’t exactly smash hits but may be familiar to country fans. They should be familiar with everyone.
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