He performed for an hour and a half--a lot of his popular songs, including several slow ones. It was hard for me because I'm used to standing up and singing and dancing during his concerts... but I sat most of this one. Caleb was playing with The Following, so he wasn't there... and there were no fancy screens or gameboy graphics (lol) projected behind him. Just him and the band, and some fun lights. It was a great show, however... I'd have to say it was probably my least favorite of all of his concerts I've been to over the last 12 years. Remember, though - least favorite still means it was fabulous! :)
DIVEThen we had intermission, and soon Michael W. Smith came on the stage. This is BJ's reaction...Smitty has reached so many people with his music... I just wasn't feeling it at the concert. He sang a couple of his songs... 2 new ones and 2 old ones, that I can remember. The rest of them were just worship songs. I say "just," but mean... worship songs that he didn't write, and have no idea if they're on his albums or anything. It was nice, and I DID worship, I had just been hoping for a bit more of HIS music.
My favorite part of MWS on stage? When he introduced the band I moved from polite golf clap to excited screaming for the drummer and guitarist, Michael Olson and Ben Gowell (respectively). I went to NCU with them!! I was SO excited to see them up there, rocking out with Smitty.