Although the crowd in the Macon Centreplex was not large, it did not lack enthusiasm. Third Day responded with one of the best-executed shows I have ever been to, full of energy and good old Southern rock. Even though it was a Sunday show, their performance was anything but lackluster. It was clear that the combination of Trevor Morgan, Tenth Avenue North, and Third Day fit well, and the showmanship throughout the show proved that even after years on the road, Third Day's still got it.
Make Your Move Tour
Today was one of those rare opportunities to get a little extra time at home. I drove my family back home after the Greenville, SC show last night. So, I woke up in my own bed that was not moving 80 miles an hour. I think most of the other guys hopped off the bus in the middle of the night. My wife and I got all the kids to church ON TIME. She was volunteering with the kids. So, I sat in church by myself. The music and message really hit the spot. I rushed home and grabbed Cole and Kai to hop on the bus with me to ride to Macon. My friend Danny hopped along as well. It was a short ride down. When we got there, Nigel led as many as could attend in a brief devotion talking about the fickleness of the crowd. On Palm Sunday, they were worshipping Jesus. A few days later they were shouting, "Crucify Him!" Could it have been some of the same people? We then headed to a long Q&A session and wired meet and greet. The show had already started when we were done. Finally, we hit the stage. We're probably going to start shaking up the set a bit when we hit the road again in a couple weeks. But, for now, it was nice to just execute the set really well. The crowd was not huge, but they were certainly loud and made us feel welcome.