Beverly Matda and Melissa Richardson traveled from Southwest Virginia to stand in the front row for Train — the Grammy-award winning headliner for ETSU’s spring concert, which for the first time permitted public access.
A half hour before the show begun, Matda and Richardson found a place inside the mini-dome to get the best view of lead singer Pat Monahan performing “Drops of Jupiter,” “Calling All Angels” and “50 Ways to Say Goodbye.”
“I’ve got the hots for Pat,” said Richardson, who was being treated to the concert by Matda for her upcoming birthday.
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