Apr 15, 2022

Hundreds Walk Out as Sam Hunt Performs Entire Concert “Country Style”

This is fake news

Wednesday night’s Sam Hunt concert at The Wharf Amphitheater in Orange Beach, AL saw hundreds of his fans leave well before the singer’s show actually ended. Many who stayed were also offended by what they witnessed.

According to several walkouts, Sam began the show by saying “We’re gonna play y’all some country music tonight!” The venue roared with their appreciation, confident in their 2022 radio-defined understanding of ‘country music,’ but many were soon left scratching their heads, and yes, leaving the arena over what transpired.

“When they played “House Party” in that old timey style, I just thought he was doing something a little different to open the show,” said an exasperated Tawny London of Mobile. “But then there was this person playing a violin or something on the next song too, and Sam wasn’t rapping, and I don’t know what the hell was going on.” London said she stayed for a couple more songs until it was clear the whole set would be played in this “redneck old cheugy people music” style.

“There was this guy on stage 
who was sitting at a table with strings on it or something and these sad, weird sounds were coming out of it,” said an also upset Chad Davis of Biloxi. “It was like a dying guitar and the squeals coming out of it made me feel emotions and I didn’t like it. If I wanted to see a good ol' classic country concert, I'd go see Luke Bryan.”

Hunt, for his part, sang the usually spoken or rapped parts of his hit songs. Around 30 minutes into his hour and 45 minute set, the exodus began, leaving The Wharf half empty by the encore. Hunt never said anything about the departures or the scattered boos, only plowing through the songs with cheerful aplomb and occasionally mentioning the origins of the songs between selections.

“There wasn’t no dancers, there wasn’t no outfit changes,” said a crying Ginger Lee of Auburn. “He ain’t even tell us to throw our hands in the air and wave em all around like we just don’t care. What kind of country concert was this supposed to be??”

At press time, Sam Hunt had not responded to our requests for an interview and had recently hired Dave Cobb to produce his next record.

This is satire / fake news. 

43 comments:

  1. Sounds to me like he was doing an actual authentic Country concert! Wish I'd have seen and heard it.

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    1. Amen.....too much bullshit at most of these concerts these days.

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    2. Amen!!! Costume changes?? Dancers??? Wtf sounds like they wanted to see backstreet boys not a country concert. Who the heck doesn't know what a steel guitar is?

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  2. Exactly. Sounds like these kids were sorry they didn't get to see Snoop Dogg!

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    1. So glad he's staying true to the genre. Too much dilution and cross over while it may work for some forms it does NOT work for country. And while I'm at it, rap is crap. It has done nothing but take black culture backwards.

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    2. Take black culture backward !!! wrong it's country music that stuck in backwards. Every song sounds just alike.black music has never has always been a little of everything. While country just stays the same he lost his truck he lost his girl he lost his hound dog l do not blame those concert goers for leaving. If you have talent and many country and western singers do!! You need a change up even your favorite music can get boring. And you sir stop putting other people's music down.learn how to appreciate all music . I'm black and l like some of racist Hank Williams songs especially " if you got the money honey l got the time" Do I like rap at first l did not too much profanity after they got that under control then l started to listen to it today l can truly say it's cool. You see l go way back l was once a singer as well and as l stated earlier don't knock other people's music there's good music in all areas.

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    3. This is a made up story. It never actually happened. Look at the very end and you'll see it says satire/fake news. Probably an April fool's story.

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  3. I would of actually stayed an not of been offended.

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  4. Lol boomers right here

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  5. This article put a smile on my face.

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  6. Sounds like a great time!
    It also sounds like we got alot of people that should just probably stay home and play video games, or Google what a "table with strings" really is.

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  7. Lol. They love hickhop. Strait and Jackson had a song called Murder on Music Row . It's a true story. Country music is dead.

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  8. Luke Bryan is what these idiots consider classic country.Thats pretty embarrassing.

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  9. Who is sam hunt?

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  10. Ernest Tubb would have been amused.

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  11. In case people haven't figured it out, most of what comes out of Nashville is bro-country. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy it but if you want true country, there aren't many artist left. The Luke Bryan's, Sam Hunt, etc are not in the pure country category. Go see Hank Williams Jr or George Strait for the real deal.

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  12. Ummm I saw Like Bryan and Sam Hunt together in St Louis... so not sure about old country...and each artist is entitled to express themselves however they want. Maybe he was trying to give you an experience.

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  13. The best part of this article is definitely the comments. Everybody here reacting like this actually happened. Lmao

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  14. No doubt. I don't know how many more clues they need.

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  15. Don't try to perform old classic country music to the new generation when you don't know how to do it it's not going to come across right it's going to sound dumb and he'll so maybe you need to go back in time a little bit learn it a little bit of yourself

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  16. It says it's fake at the end of the article

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  17. You guys do k ow this article is satire right?

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  18. Wow !!! As George Strait has said on many interviews lately what has happened to our America and real country music 🎵🎶

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  19. Sam hunt is definitely not a country music artists, i'm not sure if you should consider him a artist at all , more like mr rodger's talking through his set

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  20. I'm old school I like Merle Haggard Jones and Hank Williams Senior

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  21. Anybody that don't like old country can go to hell with their back broke

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  22. If you read this and got outraged by it... Please consider
    1) it's not true (says so in the article)
    2) what other types of news stories you might believe without thinking about them first

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  23. I wouldn't have left. I like Sam.

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  24. Country isn't rap. People don't seem to get that.

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  25. Awe.. Some red hairs got triggered? It seems their acceptance is getting thinner and thinner and their hate of all things American is flourishing.

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  26. Country is country..rap is rap! If you want to see a rap show and listen to crap then spend your money on rap crap! If you want country and good music stay at the country show. This is why I hate people!

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  27. If he's rapping a song he's not sing a country song. Lap steel guitars and violins ARE country. You want rap and crap go see a rap or hip hop artist!

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  28. This story is hysterical! Too funny!! I get what its trying to say and do. I had images of the people complaining and I was laughing at the absurdity! I don't listen to new, because I dont like it. Im 58 and I have no intention or desire to keep up with the young or try to stay relevant. I had my time and older people complained about my generations music. I make musical discoveries from time to time, but they are usually older than my gen music. I like country frim the 50s 60s & 70s. Let the young enjoy their music in peace stop complaining like your parents used to.

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  29. The lack of reading comprehension in this country terrifies me.

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  30. I truly hope most of you never procreate.

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  31. I'm laughing my butt off! 🤣😂

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  32. I haven't been to a real country concert in years. Hard to find them and when you find them they are way,way over priced.

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