The crowd did whatever Deacon asked — they pointed, kneeled, stepped back, divided into two teams, even exited the back of the building and came back in the front after creating a long bridge of extended arms and united hands.
“This will be Deacon’s third visit to Savannah. He is currently supporting his new album America (Domino Records) that debuted on August 28th. America has been described by the New York Times as ‘a dark love letter of sorts to the country.’ Rolling Stone states that ‘his music and sound-scapes depict the beauty and poetic nature of his homeland.'”