The last time Maren Morris and her band performed for a Los Angeles audience, it was at the iconic Greek theater pre-pandemic. This week, they finally returned to the stage for a full set streamed to a Los Angeles audience thanks to Verizon.
The setlist included both new songs and old favorites, with a special focus on “Better Than We Found It” based on all of the tumultuous events of 2020.
- 80s Mercedes
- Hell and Back
- Song for Everything
- The Middle
- Better Than We Found It
- The Bones
- My Church
The show took place from the iconic Ryman Auditorium stage in Nashville, which served as the perfect backdrop.
We definitely miss live shows, but this virtual session tonight helped us feel some sort of normalcy. Plus, we can’t complain of watching one of our favorites perform in pajamas!
Verizon is bringing music back with this all-female lineup of events exclusively for members of Verizon Up, the award-winning customer loyalty program. Running through the end of December, upcoming artist performances will include Brittany Howard, Brandi Carlile, Jessie Reyez, Kelsea Ballerini, KAROL G, Maggie Rogers and Chloe x Halle.
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