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Orlando Calling Photo Gallery and Review - Kid Rock, Blake Shelton, Doobie Brothers

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photos by Sally Rosen - OFC Contributor
 

November 13, 2011. Orlando Calling, mega music festival sponsored by Festival Republic and the City of Orlando, debuted in America for the first year and day two charged up the Citrus Bowl with five stages and over 30 bands! The power line up of talent hailed Bob Seger, Kid Rock, Blake Shelton, Doobie Brothers, Chris Isaak, Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph, Warren Haynes Band, Michelle Branch just to name a few!


Highlights from day two of the festival included the Doobie Brothers kicking off their set with "Jesus Is Just Alright" and featuring songs from their new album WORLD GONE CRAZY. Original Doobies members Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons kept the groove in "China Grove" alive and well for fans.

Blake Shelton fired up the Citrus Bowl Main Stage with signature hit "Some Beach" proclaiming to the audience "I like Florida for the beaches!" The pop country singer / guitarist showcased his versatility and wowed the audience with R&B classic covers "Play That Funky Music," "My Prerogative" and J. Geils Band rock classic "Angel in a Centerfold." "Kiss My Country Ass" was a fan favorite of the afternoon.

 
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photos by Sally Rosen - OFC Contributor

Guitar legend and multi-Grammy award winning Buddy Guy mustered up his mojo on the Authentic Stage showcasing blues classics including "Hoochie Coochie Man."  Chris Isaak followed thanking the audience for "coming out today and supporting live music!" as he serenaded Orlando fans with "Wicked Ways" and flawless cover of Johnny Cash "Ring of Fire."

Kid Rock exploded onto Main Stage, for the evening set, rapping "Devil Without a Cause." Laser light show and stage special effects were abundant; a hip-hop cover of Rush's "Tom Sawyer" brought down the house. The stage was graced with a full section of gospel singers for "Rock n Roll Jesus" blending into "Only God Knows Why.' "Born Free" encore was introduced by Rock with a special message to vets "One thing before we go tonight, one quick shout out to military veterans here tonight, thank you for your service!"


 

 

 
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photos by Sally Rosen - OFC Contributor


FESTIVAL REPUBLIC

Festival Republic, which is 51% owned by Live Nation, is the UK’s leading festival and event promoter.  Its portfolio includes Reading & Leeds Festivals (UK), Latitude (UK), The Big Chill (UK), Electric Picnic (Republic of Ireland), Hove (Norway), and Berlin Festival (Germany).

Melvin Benn, CEO of Festival Republic, also has operational responsibility for and is the license holder of Glastonbury Festival (UK).  He is also the Chairman of Wembley Stadium (UK).

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 August 2012 16:36  
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