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CMA Fest 2013: Surprises with Jason Aldean, Lenny Kravitz and Kelly Clarkson

June 9, 2013
(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

Sparkle someone else’s eyes, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s low on cash, food and sleep, we’re trying to get one more blog across to y’all before we need to run to LP Field. Thursday, June 8 was another night at LP Field with surprises.

I was late to the party last night and missed Florida Georgia Line’s performance of Cruise. Lucky for me, I had already seen them during Craig Wiseman and Friends for Second Harvest at the Ryman Auditorium and at the CMT Awards, with Nelly being brought on stage for both performances.

(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

Lenny Kravitz took the stage for Fly Away and then performed American Woman bringing out Jason Aldean. Taylor Nation citizens will remember that’s the song that the Princess in Red uses prior to her appearance on stage during the RED Tour. Lenny would go on to stay on stage for a few more performances. Yes, I know… he extended his set quite a bit.

Kelly Clarkson would take the stage later for a multitude of hits, but she also brought out Jason Aldean again for a performance of Don’t You Wanna Stay. Kelly also add an additional surprise to her set by bringing out Trisha Yearwood to join her for a cover of Garth Brooks’ Ain’t Going Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up).

(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

(Photo: TheSwiftAgency.com)

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One Comment
  1. Laurie permalink
    June 10, 2013 5:32 pm

    Having Lenny on the stage was a waste of time that could have been used by the COUNTRY stars. We paid $$ to hear COUNTRY music, not rock music. Even his duet with Jason Aldeen wasn’t that great. Jason could have sang more of his songs, or any of the other stars could have performed longer if Lenny h not rocked out & wasted our time.

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