Them boys went and did it again, let…me…tell…you.

The Killers manhandled The Borgata’s Event Center (my favorite venue in the world) in Atlantic City last night. And although Brandon’s signature vintage Levi’s star shirt was absent, it’s officially one of my favorite shows ever. With a bullet.

If opening the set with Mr. Brightside alongside the house lights wasn’t enough, I’m pretty sure that Brandon acknowledged my request via Twitter for This River is Wild, my all-time favorite and a song that, despite seeing them a dozen times, I’ve never experienced live. Here’s my tweet from the day of the show:

And so, before he launched into the tune, Brandon explains, “This one’s for Andrew.” Well, I didn’t find any other Andrews requesting the song, and the amount of people who refer to me as “Andrew” after seeing my actual name is staggering. I assume there’s science behind it, and even rock Gods are not immune. Therefore, unless some “Andrew” comes forward with proof, I’m taking this one as a personal victory and monumental achievement. Because it’s the little things.

Setlist:
Mr. Brightside (house lights on)
Spaceman
The Way It Was
Smile Like You Mean It
This River Is Wild
Bling (Confessions of a King)
Shadowplay (Cover)
Human
Somebody Told Me
I Think We’re Alone Now (Cover)
For Reasons Unkown
From Here on Out
A Dustland FairyTale
Read My Mind
Runaways
All These Things That I’ve Done

Encore:
Change Your Mind
Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
When You Were Young

photo credits go to my friend, by the way, because my phone was dead

Atlantic City, Borgata, Brandon Flowers, Concerts, Music, New Jersey, Photos, The Killers

The Night I Think Brandon Flowers Called Me Andrew

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One thought on “The Night I Think Brandon Flowers Called Me Andrew

  1. I’ve discovered your blog right now, and I like it so much. I love The Killers, and Bruce Springsteen too. And I saw you enjoy cooking too! Glad to follow and read you :) (I’m catalan, my english isn’t perfect, sorry ) Kisses! :)

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