Last Saturday I was on a long and lonesome highway east of Omaha, Nebraska on the way to an Eric Church concert at the CenturyLink Arena. It was like Deja-vu! -- WATCH THE VIDEO -- PHOTOS --

It was a typical Eric Church performance last Saturday night on his current 'Holdin My Own Tour'. Over three hours of music with no opening act, 37 songs broken into two sets with a 20 minute intermission. Once again, the show was sold out to the rafters! This would be my 24th Eric Church show since July 2006 when he performed for FREE at the Down By The Riverside Summer Concert Series right here in Rochester. (I digress)

Typically, I then come back here to the Quick Country website and blast a TON of photos I took from usually, a very advantageous spot down near the front of the stage. I was in row 3 - center stage and ready to start documenting the show with my camera until the unthinkable happened......MY CAMERA DIED!

About 10 minutes into the performance my screen & view finder on the back of the camera went dark, and has been that way since. IT'S DEAD!
The Canon PowerShot SX230 HD has served me well for the last 6 years .
I was able to get a few images off the memory card which I'll share below
today. (SEE BELOW)

The highlight of the show for me was an incredible cover of the Bob Seger signature song, 'Turn The Page', for I had just made that same trek "on that long and lonesome highway, east of Omaha". WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW captured by another Eric Church fan club member.

[PHOTOS]