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article imageReview: Country singer Frankie Ballard plays acoustic show in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 14, 2013 in Entertainment
Patchogue - Country singer-songwriter Frankie Ballard performed as part of "Guys With Guitars" at the Patchogue Theatre in New York.
This acoustic show was presented by "My Country" 96.1 FM. It included Uncle Kracker, Chris Cagle, Dylan Scott, Chris Stapleton, Joe Nichols, Joel Crouse and Jerrod Neimann, all of whom played guitars and were subsequently backed by their acoustic guitar players.
Frankie Ballard praised the male artists that he was sharing the stage with and he shared that they "never get to see each other." He revealed that his song "It Don't Take Much" was inspired by his own hometown, Battle Creek, Michigan. It was extremely catchy and upbeat. It is safe to say that he made his hometown proud.
Ballard did a superb job on the acoustic version of his newest single "Helluva Life," which he noted was the first single from his new project.
"Long Island. I think we have a helluva life," Ballard said. "Thank you."
In summation, Frankie Ballard put on a neat acoustic performance for the Patchogue Theatre in Long Island, New York City. His audience members were in for a real treat of his talent.
To learn more about country singer Frankie Ballard, check out his website.
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