Some things just leave you so humbled. Some opportunities make you feel so undeserving and so grateful at the same time. I had the immense privilege of obtaining a photo pass for the Paper Route show in Nashville, and it was certainly one of my favorite shooting experiences. They placed me on the guest list and allowed me to shoot the entire show, something that has never ever happened to me nor did I ever imagine would, and it was incredibly exciting (shoutout to Regina for the opportunity!).
I was able to move about the venue and shoot as I pleased, so I was able to get shots from multiple angles. I have to also brag on the fans, they were nothing but cooperative and friendly towards me and my camera, and I have endless gratitude for them.
Paper Route certainly knows how to put on a good show. They had so much energy and were deeply invested in their music, and you could tell that they had a true love for their fans. The lead singer, JT, even jumped down offstage towards the end to high five his fans, who were all smiles. It was apparent that they were having a blast, and in turn the fans were as well. I know I certainly was.
I met JT afterward with my friend Micky, and he was so warm and friendly. I was quite impressed by him and how he wanted to make time to meet people. It was a great way to end the show.
Thank you, Paper Route, for an unforgettable experience.