PANIC AT THE DISCO + MISTERWIVES + SAINT MOTEL // LIVE AT KFC YUM! CENTER
PHOTOS COURTESY OF: Emily May
Panic! at the Disco brought their Death Of A Bachelor Tour to Louisville, KY on April the 9th to a sold out crowd. They performed many of the hits off of their Grammy nominated album 'Death Of A Bachelor', as well as some of their older hits. They put on a fantastic show, which included trumpets, a saxophone, the piano, as well as beautiful lighting! Brendon Urie is a born performer, looking sharp with his black pants and gold-embossed jacket, working the entire stage as he danced and sang. He truly loves to perform and loves his fans. A couple of times throughout the set he was wheeled out from under the drum platform, which was set high above the stage, on a smaller platform with a piano for a couple of songs. Telling the story of performing "Movin' Out" for Billy Joel, one of his musical idols, he proceeded to play a spot-on cover of the song. Towards the middle of the set, Brendon exited the stage during one of the songs and proceeded to walk through a portion of the crowd, shaking hands and even stopping to sign a couple of autographs, all without missing a beat. It was a remarkable evening!