Country star Jana Kramer, who was one of the opening act's at Little Rock's Riverfest, aced her eight song set for an enthusiastic crowd at KSSN-96 FM's Blacktop Boogie Sunday,August 25 at the Clear Channel Metroplex parking lot. She opened with "Don't Touch My Radio."
Kramer has enjoyed great success on the country charts. Her power ballad "Whiskey" came in the middle of her set. She delivered a nice cover version of Jo Dee Messina's "Bye, Bye."
She thanked the radio station and listeners for making "Why Ya Wanna" her first big hit. She dedicated her current single, "I Wish It Would Rain," to all of her "crappy ex-boyfriends."
James Wesley, Dustin Lynch, Kellie Pickler and Joe Nichols also performed at the event. A security worker estimated the crowd at 1,200-1,500 guests. The weather was sunny but very hot at 91 degrees. The inside of the Metroplex was open for people to cool off. The music started right before 3:00 p.m. and ended near 9:00 p.m.