Sunday Music With “Three Days Grace” Live!

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Wow what an awesome concert ๐Ÿ™‚

When we got there, there ware a lot of people scurrying around to find their seats – it was about a hundred degrees outside! The opening band was great but we missed most of it while wandering the fair eating fries and admiring all the fried wonders (fried Twinkies, pickles, snickers, Oreos)…

We found our seats and waited for the big moment to arrive and when the sun started to set here they came with a loud rumble… The lead singer to one look at the barricades they had set up and he said “You all seem so far away” everyone screamed “Yeah!” I don’t know why but they always do that no matter what the singer says. So he went on to say “If you all can behave yourselves we will remove these barricades, after all this is a rock concert not some country event – get up here let’s ROCK!” The crowd went wild, the cops looked as though they needed to attend the bathroom at this point and abandoned the stage area. ๐Ÿ™‚ But the bands security came out and the rest is rock history. They put on the best rock show I have ever seen at the Delaware State Fair. Kudos to you Three Days Grace you made my Friday night the best ever especially after working in such a long hot week.

In the middle of the concert the lead singer announced that he wanted everyone to have all of thier CD’s and that he didn’t care how we got them – burned, ripped, downloaded, or stuck in a jacket pocket at the store – “We’re so proud of our music and we just want you all to listen to it!” The crowd went wild!

I wish I had a better video camera so I could upload the videos I took of the concert. Just for fun, here’s one of their songs:

–Trina

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