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Published on August 26th, 2019 | by Landon Buford


Augustana and Daughtry Ignited Mohegan Sun


Photo Credit -Clay Johnson 

The lights could not have been brighter at the world-famous Mohegan Sun Arena.  A 10,000-seat amphitheater equipped with luxurious private suites in the heart of the sumptuous Earth and Sky casinos providing that unique VIP experience for any concert-goer.  Tonight’s performance had its own flare with the rocking sounds of Augustana and Daughtry hitting the scene.

Augustana with front-man Dan Layus jammed to their many hits including breakout single “Boston,” fiery “Stars and Boulevards” and “Sweet and Low” having the crowd go on an ecstatic joyride.   Launching five albums, hitting the Billboard charts and pairing on tours with Maroon 5, Goo Goo Dolls, Switchfoot and One Republic, this San Diego California rock band proves there’s no stopping them.

Photo Credit-Clay Johnson 

Daughtry took next on center stage, causing the fans to go in a musical frenzy.  Performing smash hits “It’s Not Over,” “Home,” and “Over You” making it an all-out groupie party.  Since lead singer Chris Daughtry’s 2006 American Idol appearance, the band’s notoriety soared with the release of their self-titled album reaching number one on the Billboards top 200, selling over four million copies and branding them quadruple platinum by the RIAA.  With stats like these, Daughtry continues to sell-out concerts world-wide.

Next tour dates are August 28th-Levitt Pavilion Steel Stacks, Bethlehem, PA, August 29th-Brighton Music Hall presented by Citizens Bank, Boston, MA and October 4th-The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV

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