The Zac Brown Band made loving them easy this weekend at Boston’s Fenway Park, performing to sold-out crowds at their three-night stint at the ballpark. The group first set Fenway history last year with two sold-out shows, and continued to set milestones this past weekend, selling 105,000 tickets across the three nights.
Brown and company are known for their incredible live shows; the band is composed of some of the world’s most skilled musicians, and they don’t shy away from bold sonic choices. Their most recent studio album Jekyll + Hyde, ranged from snarly rock to saccharine love songs, and the live show similarly shines. Live, the band draws from their breadth of originals, and dabbles in covers like “Let It Be,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and staple “Free / Into The Mystic.”
On Sunday, the band continued to expand their sonic horizons, bringing out rocker-turned-country artist Steven Tyler for “Walk This Way” and “Sweet Emotion.”
The Jekyll + Hyde U.S. stadiums tour continues this coming Friday at Washington, DC’s Nationals Park.