• Bryce Vine

Ludacris Brings Bryce Vine to Missouri

Words and photos Bob Parsons / April 15, 2015

On April 11th, Missouri Western University hosted their 2015 Spring Concert in St. Joseph, MO. The opening act was Bryce Vine. If you haven’t heard of Bryce yet, check out his EP Lazy Fair. Bryce’s music is very relatable and honest. It reminds you of the fuzzy feelings of your youth and makes you question why you ever grew up. Bryce’s performance was on target. He’s cocky, he’s charismatic, and he’s a true talent. Main attraction of the night was three-time Grammy Award winning artist Ludacris. Last month Ludacris released his long awaited new album Ludaversal. The wait was worth it; it is by far one of Luda’s best and most unique albums.

posted: April 15th, 2015, 9:08pm


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