Third Day in Concert

I went to see Third Day at the Rivercenter in Columbus, GA tonight. We were about 15 rows from the front–about the perfect ratio of closeness to the stage and distance from the speakers. It has been about 12 years since I saw them perform. They were very good. You can tell that they have been touring for a while now, they are very friendly with the crowd.

Now that I am a guitar player of sorts and a director of all things lighting and sound a concert is a whole different experience for me. I am fascinated by all of the elements of the show. I spent as much time watching the lights as I did listening to the music. 

All in all it was a fun night. I took about 9 students with me and wish I could have taken a whole bunch more. Concerts are such a great way to spend some time with students. They are fun, exciting, and very low work for me. I need to do more of them.

Speaking of concerts…

My praise band now wants to go on tour. So if you have a church we would love to come and play for you. We will play for any size group from 2 to 2000. We will bring a full set including a few roadies to add to the excitement. We are willing to come just for the fun of it, but it would be great if you could help out with gas, especially if you want lighting too as that will require an additional vehicle.

We aren’t a professional band by any means, but we are very high energy and will do lots to get the crowd involved. Most of our songs are praise and worship songs. We would be perfect for a youth rally or disciple now. If you want more information send me an email.  

If you are interested send me an email. 

3 thoughts on “Third Day in Concert

  • March 10, 2008 at 1:43 AM

    I go with my daughter Sarah (16) to as many concerts as possible – it’s a great way to connect with her in a totally different atmosphere, before she gets too old for her mom to go with – the last two concerts we actually got to meet and greet the bands – which was awesome. I might have to wear ear plugs for some of the concerts, but it’s worth it. We saw Toby Mac/Barlow Girls/Thousand Foot Krutch in the fall – and in a couple weeks we’re seeing Rocket Summer at the House of Blues in Chicago.

  • March 10, 2008 at 6:43 PM

    I have enjoyed your site. Where are you located? I am in Louisiana and it would be awesome to have your band at our annual youth conference in the summer. My email address is

  • March 12, 2008 at 12:36 AM

    Sorry, I should have specified that we are in Eufaula, AL. It is about 3 hours south east of Birmingham and 2 and a half hours south west of Atlanta. (We are on the border with GA and a little above the FL line)


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