Top 5: Moments from Larry Joe Taylor Music Fest 2015
Last week was my first LJT experience... and it was just that. A very fast-pace, insane yet amazing experience - not only to witness but to be a part of, I was on the media crew running video production, and got to see every corner of the Texas Music Fest. It really is somethin' else.
Stay tuned for a full-recap video, but for now... check out some of the top highlights of the week:
During the bipolar weather patterns on Friday, the festival was shutdown for a couple hours as we waited to bypass the storm. Yet, across the empty field I heard screams & cheers. I grabbed my camera, snagged a poncho from an officer to protect my equipment, and ran across a muddy swamp to see what the ruckus was about.
It was a rare & amazing moment - William Clark Green & Josh Abbott took it upon themselves to play a small acoustic show for the fans waiting out the storm. Here is that moment, from a fans' POV:
Oh, and let's not forget Sam Riggs epic crowd surfing on Saturday:
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