Rebels, Rogues & Sworn Brothers
Are any of my bay area friends fans of Lucero? I would love to have a fan buddy to hit the show with this weekend!
This video was shot at the Young Avenue Deli in Memphis TN. Ozpunk is correct, this is one of the usual hang outs for the band when they are in town. A large portion of that crowd have been seeing Lucero play for nearly ten years now. They are THE true fans. I've seen Lucero shows in several different cities and the crowds all act differently. Besides it was a slower song. Several years ago there would have been three or four fights started before Ben and the boys could get to the chorus. Oh well, I still love the shows even though they've calmed down since the times I was seeing them playing warehouses in midtown Memphis.
This is a LIVE show in Memphis, Bens Local pub i would assume , why its a smaller crowd. Im sure theyve played a million times, these are true local fans im sure.
buying this on itunes this song and dangerous, doing it right now if i can...i just love bens voice... makes me want to move to memphis.
Totally agree with you Jenna...Bens Hot...**** he didnt look like that on tour this time, i just saw him in portland oregon...with his beard. HE NEEDS TO RID THAT BEARD dont suit him ..... I LOVE THIS SONG.
weird this isnt much like any lucero show i've been to(and i've been to a lot). the crowd is usually ten times bigger for starters, ten times more rowdy and the whole vibe is just different. they should of gotten true lucero fans in there. the love their fans have for them cant be acted out. they should of just filmed a real show :o/
anyways...ben is sexy and amazingly talented. the total package if you ask me.
this song is great, bens voice is the ****.
Yeah Where's the beer slinging and where the hell is Ben's Jamison!!!!! No more small place's probley????
This video does not depict a Lucero show at all, the crowd is always ten times better than this, always know all the words, don't just sway back and forth with their beers, it's so much more than this, and a completely different crowd. I doubt whoever produced this video had seen Lucero at a live show. And why not just record one live instead of putting crowd noises mixed in with the record cut?