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article imageReview: Barclays Center falls in love to the beat of Brett Eldredge Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 20, 2016 in Music
Brooklyn - On November 19, country singer Brett Eldredge performed at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, where he opened for country mega-star Keith Urban.
Eldredge opened on a fun and sassy note with the upbeat "Lose My Mind," which was met with a raucous response from his Brooklyn fans. He immediately broke into "Fire" and "Time Well Spent," both of which are off his latest studio effort Illinois.
"Drunk On Your Love" was absolutely infectious thanks to its neat hooks, while "Mean to Me" was the perfect love ballad, where everybody was either singing along, or slow-dancing in the aisles with their significant others.
"Beat of the Music" was yet another superb vocal that was vivacious and fun. He continued with other new tunes from his sophomore album such as "You Can't Stop Me," "Shadow," and his latest radio single "Wanna Be That Song," which is in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, and climbing. Eldredge closed his set with his first chart-topping single, "Don't Ya," where he left his audience yearning for more.
The Verdict
To paraphrase the lyrics of his song, "Beat of the Music," it is safe to say that the Barclays Center fell "in love to the beat of (Brett Eldredge)." This journalist has seen Eldredge perform live at least six times, and this may have been his best live performance to date. He earned an "A" for a job well done.
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