It's not every day that a young artist gets the chance to take the stage in front of a sold-out crowd in a venue as big as Coca-Cola Field. But on Friday night, newcomers Casey James and Dustin Lynch did just that, proving to Buffalo that they've got what it takes to be country's next big thing.
First of all, thank you so much for coming out to Coca-Cola Field last night, braving severe and extreme weather conditions to support Taste of Country, WYRK, and the artists who played the show. You guys are the best, and we feel privileged to serve you and this community.
We were as frustrated as you that we were forced to suspend last night's show prior to Eric Church's set, but we hope you understand that public safety was and should be the number one concern. To that end, we wanted to provide you with some specific details so that you understand the set of facts we encountered last night.
We had a chance to chat with Casey James backstage before the show got started at Taste of Country 2012. Casey talked about his "American Idol" experience, recording an album his way and how no amount of alcohol could ever make him sing karaoke.
Before gearing up to take the stage at Taste of Country 2012, Dustin Lynch took a few minutes to chat with us about everything from his favorite dinosaur to how he once signed the bun of a Chik-Fil-A sandwich for a fan!
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