June 11, 2022

Country Thunder - Iowa Day 2

Country Thunder - Iowa Day 2

The pouring rain didn’t stop newcomer John Morgan from taking the Country Thunder stage on day two.

“Y’all ready.?”

Morgan shared his first single Coldest Beer In Town that he released after signing with Jason Aldean’s Night Train Records this year. Morgan also performed two Jason Aldean songs he co-wrote, Trouble With A Heartbreak and Grammy-nominated number one single If I Didn’t Love You by Aldean and Carrie Underwood. Morgan closed his rainy set with his soon-to-be-released single Ain’t Been There Yet.

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John Morgan’s Set List

Friends Like That
Right In The Middle
Coldest Beer In Town
Remember Us
Nothing Goes Good With Goodbye
If I Didn’t Love You (Jason Aldean/Carrie Underwood)
Trouble With A Heartbreak (Jason Aldean)
I Don’t Trust Myself (John Morgan)
Country Boy (Alan Jackson)
Ain’t Been There Yet
Kameron Marlowe proved you don’t have to finish first to be successful. Since appearing on season 15 of The Voice, Marlowe earned his first Gold certification for Givin’ You Up. Marlowe dignified the Country Thunder stage Saturday afternoon with his alluring presence keeping everyone on their feet with his own originals as well as some good ol’ country music classics, Folsom Prison Blues, and Family Tradition. Marlowe lit the stage on fire following three lessons that he shared with the crowd.
“I have learned three things. My family will never leave me. My friends will always have my back, and number three, money ain’t shit!”

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Kameron Marlowe’s Set List

Sober As A Drunk
Take You Up On It
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
Raises One Up
Steady Heart
Family Tradition ( Hank Williams Jr) 
Girl on Fire
Money Ain’t Shit
Tequila Talking
Leavin’ To Me
Giving You Up
Burn ‘Em All
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The rain held and the sun shined down in time for Lindsay Ell, the first female artist to take the Country Thunder stage Saturday afternoon. Ell owned the stage with her sweet Canadian charm, strong vocals, and astounding guitar playing.
“Congratulations on finally making it to the other side.”
The crowd cheered with happiness. Ell’s set portrayed her storytelling lyrics from originals to a cover of Strawberry Wine and Ironic. Ell ended her set with her number one song along with Brantley Gilbert, What Happens In A Small Town. 

Lindsay Ell’s Set List

How Good
Make You
Want Me Back
The Other Side
Can’t Do Without Me
Strawberry Wine (Deana Carter)
Waiting On You
Good On You
Ironic (Alanis Morissette)
Right On Time
I Don’t Love You
What Happens In A Small Town 
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Mr. Travis Tritt owned the Country Thunder stage Saturday night with his stage presence and connectivity with the crowd. Tritt began his set with many well-known hits over his musical career. Mid-set Tritt slowed down his upbeat vibe to honor the American heroes.
“There are only two things in this country that protect me, that’s the almighty God and our military. That’s it.”
Tritt explained how he was the celebrity chairman for Disabled American Veterans for four years as well as for the Veterans of Foreign Wars for two years. He continues by executing a very powerful and emotional performance of Anymore. What a Great Day To Be Alive. 

Travis Tritt’s Set List

Put Some Drive In Your Country
I’m Gonna Be Somebody
The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’
Where Corn Don’t Grow
Smoke In A Bar
Take It Easy
Long Haired Country Boy (Charlie Daniels)
Country Club
Here’s A Quarter
It’s A Great Day To Be Alive
Lonesome On’ry And Mean (Waylon Jennings)
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Country outlaw Kip Moore rocked the tiki-lit Country Thunder stage on Saturday night opening with Fire And Flame. Moore portrays rasp and grit in his vocals giving him his own recognizable sound.
“Depending on how loud and rowdy y’all get, depends how long we play tonight.”  
The showmanship that Moore displayed on stage was impeccable. Moore covered quite the set including Beer Money, More Girls Like You, Somethin’ Bout A Truck, and closing with a moving cover of Purple Rain. The fans fed off of Moore’s rebel poise lead him to claim,
“These are my people right here!” 

Kip Moore’s Set List

Fire And Flame
I’ve Been Around
Crazy One More Time
Wild Ones
Beer Money
Red White Blue Jean American Dream
She’s Mine
More Girls Like You
Just Another Girl
That Was Us
The Bull
Running For You
Heart’s Desire
Somethin’ Bout A Truck
I’m To Blame
Come And Get It
Last Shot
Purple Rain (Prince)