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article imageReview: Joel Crouse puts on pleasant acoustic set in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 13, 2013 in Entertainment
On November 12, country singer Joel Crouse played as part of "Guys With Guitars" at the Patchogue Theatre in Long Island, New York.
It was presented by "My Country" 96.1 FM. Other featured vocalists included Uncle Kracker, Chris Cagle, Dylan Scott, Chris Stapleton, Joe Nichols, Frankie Ballard and Jerrod Neimann. They all accompanied themselves on acoustic guitars and fellow band members.
Joel Crouse commenced his set with "Don't Tell Me," which was well-received.
"Thank you," Crouse told the Long Island audience.
Crouse shared that he is originally from Massachusetts and he went on to sing his latest single "Why God Made Love Songs." Judging from this rendition, this new tune sounds promising and it fits well in the current country radio format.
He continued with the poignant "Ruby Puts Her Red Dress On," where his vocals were reminiscent to those of John Mayer. Towards the end of the song, Crouse included a medley of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams," which was a nice treat.
Crouse took the time to give a round of applause to the military and shared how proud he was to perform for "Vets Rock" this past September.
He closed his set with "If You Want Some," his debut single on Show Dog-Universal Music.
The Verdict
Overall, Joel Crouse put on another fine concert in Long Island, New York. He proved yet again that he is one of country's finest newcomers. Although he only played four songs, they were all high-quality material. He garnered two thumbs up.
For more on country singer Joel Crouse, visit his homepage.
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