Opening with one of their biggest songs, “Unsteady,” you immediately knew you were in for a good night. Sam Harris was joined on stage by his brother Casey Harris on the keys and Adam Levin on the drums as well as three part all-female choir backing up vocals which produced a gospel-like sound which I enjoyed very much. Opening support included Son Little and The Aces.
Sam Harris was very talkative with the audience for most of the night. In-between songs Sam made it a point to speak up against any and all forms of discrimination including discrimination based on gender, race, sexual orientation while also encouraging everyone to find their own unique self-identity and to be happy with it. Sam asked us to celebrate the differences and to “Never ever be afraid to be who you are.”