If you missed Think Bank's Down by the Riverside show last night, you missed a good one. Chase Bryant was on point. And, he had nothing but good things to say about Rochester. He shared this very personal and touching note on his Facebook page after the show last night:

Tonight the fellas and I played the biggest solo headlining show of my career. There was 9,000 people in attendance. I was so incredibly moved tonight by each and every person in that crowd. As a kid I was bullied to the max. I was told by a lot of people that I had no chance at succeeding in music. I may not be on a string of hits, may not be on the front of a magazine, and don't have any medals to hang around my neck, but gosh damn I love playing country music. I mean this from the bottom of my heart. I couldn't imagine my life without all of you in it. Here's to be different, weird, and misunderstood. I wouldn't trade my life for anything in the world. Love you all, CB

How cool is it that Rochester was the biggest headlining show of his career? He'll never forget being here. I think it's safe to say we won't forget him either. For anyone being bullied, remember his words. Follow your dreams no matter what. :)

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