Ashley McBryde Brings “The Devil I Know” Tour to Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom [Show Review]

After an absence of almost six years, Ashley McBryde returned to the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on March 25th to present her The Devil I Know tour. The welcoming Vancouver fans were waiting with their cowboy boots and hats for the delightful night ahead. Opening the show, we enjoyed listening to Kasey Tyndall, who was stepping on Canadian ground for the first time. The North Carolina native sang ten songs, including two unreleased ones, covers of “Complicated” by Avril Lavigne and “I Love Rock ‘N Roll” by Joan Jett. The country fans were highly pleased by Kasey’s set, who performed without a band, just her voice, presence and guitar were more than enough to keep the crowd dancing and singing along. Ashley McBryde walked to the stage while “Devil Woman” by Cliff Richard played in the b...

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