The Show Must Go On: Old Dominion Braves the Elements to Play for Fans in Their Home State

RCA NashvilleEven a major storm couldn’t keep Old Dominion from playing for fans in their home state. After 75 mile-per-hour winds damaged the 31st Street Stage at Virginia Beach’s Neptune Park Wednesday night, the five-member-band decided the show must go on.

Matthew Ramsey, Brad Tursi, Trevor Rosen, Geoff Sprung and Whitt Sellers and their crew secured the stage and salvaged the equipment they could, managing to go on only 90 minutes behind schedule.  Fans were treated to stripped-down renditions of their chart-topper “Break Up with Him,” their second hit “Snapback” and their their current single, “Song for Another Time,” as well as hits the guys have written for other artists.

This Saturday, Old Dominion plays MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey with Kenny Chesney, before stopping by ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday.

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