RaeLynn’s ‘All About That Bass’ at Delaware Junction Festival
At the Delaware Junction Festival in Harrington, Del., RaeLynn performed singles “God Made Girls,” “For a Boy,” and rocked the house with a cover of Meghan Trainer’s “All About That Bass.” RaeLynn kicked off the festival with her Friday performance and got the crowd hype for Cole Swindell and Jason Aldean who later took the stage.
Exclusive Interview with RaeLynn:
Is this your first time in Delaware?
“Yeah this is my first time actually playing a festival here, so yeah it’s been awesome. The crowd was ridiculous tonight!”
How does it feel to be in Delaware and to be with all these other big artists?
“You know festivals are my favorite because we never all get to see each other, you know we’re always just on a certain tour, in our own place, but to be able to come to these different festivals and to see these different artists, to see friends, it’s so much fun.”
You’ve really blown up in the past couple months, how does that feel?
“Yeah, I mean it’s amazing, you know, I’ve been on tour with Rascal Flats, and to be able to do these different festivals, I’ve done a couple festivals with Florida Georgia Line, and Miranda and to be able to be on tonight with Jason Aldean is so much fun, and it’s so cool to be able to learn from these other artists because they all teach you something because everyone’s unique in their own way.”
What’s your favorite part about all of this?
“My favorite part is singing to the fans you know, it’s so cool to see the songs you write connect with the people and to see their faces and to see the way they react to your songs, and to meet them and to hug them and to tell them that you love them because it’s so important. I wouldn’t have this bus, I wouldn’t be where I am, if it wasn’t for these fans so it’s cool to be able to go to these different places and see them.”
Do you think you’ll come back to Delaware and play for us?
“Oh my god are you kidding me? I hope that Delaware Junction will have me back next year, it would be awesome.”