Wynonna Judd and Friends brought their quaint classy show to the Showroom at the Turning Stone Casino. The stage was set with simple decorative accent furnishings in a beautiful inviting atmosphere.
Judd appeared on the stage alone with her guitar for her very first song in such a raw and personal performance. She truly loves her fans and shows that in the way she gives them bits and pieces of her personal life and is so frank while interacting with them.
Wynonna’s band joined her and the chemistry was so obvious. Like a family, they shared stories and laughter while giving the fans an honest emotional performance. Her feisty attitude and passion for what she does is truly amazing. Listening to her perform with such emotion gave me goose bumps. A true entertainer in every way, she draws you in and captivates you while her delivery takes you to another time and place where you relate to that song .
Opening for Wynonna was Peter Scobell. A former US Navy SEAL and close friend of the late Chris Kyle, Peter sang a couple of songs accompanied by only his guitar. Another personal performance that gave you a small glimpse into his life and travels. To close his set, Peter performed a song written for his late friends Chris Kyle and Chad Littlfield “Hearts I Leave Behind” and of course I witnessed several concert goers wiping tears from their cheeks as they listen to his tribute. I would have to say this show is definitely in my top 10 all time favorites.