The night started with Saint Raymond, (A.K.A Callum Burrows), who opened up the show. Although I've never listened to his music, I really enjoyed it! The fact that Nottingham is his hometown made it special, and the crowd was really welcoming! Listen to Bonfires, it's an amazing song and I've been listening to it ever since last Tuesday. Next up was Kimberly Anne, a seriously talented artist. She was great at including the audience, despite the fact that some of us didn't know her music! My favourite of hers is hard to choose, it's either Bury It There or La La.
Lewis' set was incredible. It was all I could have hoped for! It was so nice to see him play all his songs, from ones featured on his new EP The Wild to some of his first songs, such as 3, which is a personal favourite of mine. There were so many highlights to the night, but one that has stuck with me is definitely when Lewis unplugged his guitar and came into the crowd. The audience sat down and listened to him perform in the purest way and it was beautiful. Despite the calls from an audience of adoring fans Lewis is an undeniably modest guy, which is so endearing.
|Waiting for Lewis- Let's just say I was excited. Wow, I can't believe I'm sharing this on the Internet.|
|The Crowd! (Taken from Lewis' Instagram)|
|Meeting Callum Burrows, such a nice guy!|
|Lewis and the Girls! L-R Emily, Maisie, Gina, Lewis, Me and Jodie|
|Me and Lewis! What a nice guy, staying to meet us all even after the venue had closed!|
Read my previous post on Lewis Watson HERE!