Shame brings the hub of crowdsurfing


Last Tuesday Shame brought the house down in Nashville, Tennessee at the Brooklyn Bowl. The venue was bursting with excitement as they entered the building. The audience was jumping and crowd surfing until they finished their set; keeping the security on their toes. Charlie Steen was immensely interactive with the audience- fist bumping, surfing, and smiling gallantly in-between guitar solos. Steen always bring an electrified show with his alluring low voice and melodies. Shame brought gifts of new songs, their hits, and announced several new albums in the making. Shame’s quick visit to Nashville was a hit and the people are ready for more!

Photos and review by Al Mahaffey // Instagram

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