Brett Eldredge’s Original Nashville Night

Headlining Debut at Ascend Amphitheater Supports St. Jude

Brett Eldredge was a superhero for all his fans at his headlining debut at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater.

Wednesday’s (Aug. 23) show had the country crooner hitting the stage with a big smile on his face and delivering a 75-minute set that was heavy on positivity, his hits and selections from his latest self-titled album. The song list included “Castaway,” “Super Hero,” “Somethin’ I’m Good At,” “Drunk on Your Love,” “Beat of the Music,” “Lose My Mind” and an abbreviated cover of Train’s “Drops of Jupiter.”

Between songs, Eldredge reminisced about his early days in Nashville and all the fun he’s had on Lower Broadway.

“This is one of the most beautiful places in the world because you’re inspired to create music and write songs that make you want to chase down the next stage in every place that you go,” Eldredge said of the city before singing “I Wanna Be That Song.” “But this stage is extra special tonight.”

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