Sara Evans performs at Fred Kavli Theater at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts

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Sara Evans performs at Fred Kavli TheaterWith her new album Slow Me Down, Sara Evans didn’t during her fourteen songs and three songs encore performance with her five male member band. On October 19, 2014 the ninety minute performance on a Sunday night opened the show with “Born to Fly” and other songs that get played radio such as: “Saints and Angels”,” I Could Not Ask For More”, “ “Backseat Of A Greyhound Bus” ,” A Little Bit Stronger”, “Can’t Stop Loving You” from her new album, “Slow Me Down”, “Suds In The Bucket” she wrote and said the record label people were against yet got an award and got the audience to dance and with “Coalmine” a song that has the county sound most are familiar with got more of them dancing and feet tapping.

She did talk to the audience with sarcasms about her family, the tour bus breaking down and renting a car from Burbank and the attire she was wearing on stage that she wore on her television acting debut on ABC’s Nashville about her character being her but not her. She sang her new single “Put My Heart Down” that she performed on the television show Nashville that she guest stared that aired on October 19. She explained that after her new marriage and settling down, the song “Stronger” was given to her and that she had to record it and that followed by “My Heart Can’t Tell You No”( Rod Stewart cover), “ I Could Not Ask for More “ (Edwin McCain cover) and “A Real Fine Place to Start”.Sara Evans performs at Fred Kavli Theater

The two encores she performed three songs: “When I Was Your Man” (Bruno Mars cover), “ Just Give Me a Reason” ,(Pink cover) and “Everybody Talks (Neon Trees cover)”

It was good to see and hear her perform and reenergize with more music from her and now with acting added to her resume, she won’t be slowing down anytime soon.

Opening the show was Nashville song writer Jason Mizelle with acoustic guitar solo performance that he got a good reaction from the audience.