Jordan Davis gewährt uns faszinierende Einblicke in seine Erfahrungen und Erlebnisse während der Tournee, die sich über den Atlantik nach Europa erstreckte. Mit einer bemerkenswerten Resonanz und einem wachsenden Fanstamm in Übersee reflektiert Jordan seine Dankbarkeit für die grenzüberschreitende Unterstützung und teilt seine Vorfreude auf die erweiterte Tour. Von neuen Songs bis hin zu persönlichen Erfahrungen auf der Bühne zeigt Jordan, wie er die Erwartungen seiner Fans übertrifft und dabei eine mitreißende Atmosphäre schafft, die das Publikum auf beiden Kontinenten gleichermaßen begeistert.
Frontstage Magazine: How did it feel to extend the DAMN GOOD TIME Tour and add additional dates in Europe?
Jordan: Unreal, to see the support I get for my music overseas has been amazing. It’s been important for me to build fans across the pond and it’s awesome to see it happening, and I’m extremely grateful.
Frontstage Magazine: What special features and highlights could fans expect at the new tour dates, especially at the European performances?
Jordan: This is the first time we’ve had Ashley Cooke out with us so I’m stoked they are getting to hear her. Also, this is the first time we’ve been able to do an actual headlining show so I’m pumped to get a chance to play some of our older music for these fans.
Frontstage Magazine: After sold-out shows in various cities, how did you prepare to meet and exceed your fans‘ expectations during the tour?
Jordan: We are releasing a new song at the end of the month, and we held off on playing it live until this tour to let our European fans hear it first. A small way to say thank you for the support they have shown for my music.
Frontstage Magazine: What differences or similarities will there be between the US and European performances in terms of the audience and concert atmosphere?
Jordan: The show atmosphere is not much different than the states. I feel as though the European crowds are more attentive and enjoy the stories behind the songs which is awesome as a songwriter, but they can get rowdy with the best of them.
Frontstage Magazine: How has your live performance evolved throughout the tour?
Jordan: I feel like we have slowed the pace of the show down a lot from our first show. Mainly for us to kind of enjoy each show a little more. These shows have been special, and we have just been having fun playing music and want to drink it in.
Frontstage Magazine: To what extent did the experiences and feedback from your fans influence your song selection?
Jordan: We had a cover song medley we were doing but just felt like it was falling flat every night. So, we stopped playing it and started playing songs from our first album and I’m very glad we made that switch. We don’t get a chance to come over here much, so we decided to just play our music and I feel like the fans have been very appreciative of that.
Frontstage Magazine: Looking at your past successes and the growth of your career, what were your personal goals and hopes for the DAMN GOOD TIME Tour and beyond?
Jordan: We wanted people to come to the show and leave saying, “That was a damn good time”. We’ve put a lot of time into every minute of this tour set and we hope it shows. It’s not lost on me that people pay hard earned money to be at these shows and our job is to make it worth it for them at the end of the night. As a band we live by if we have fun, they’ll have fun, and we take that mentality to the stage every night.
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