She performs at the dinner theater where the fans paid for the food got more than desert at their tables.

The actress and country singer Jana Kramer performed a 70-minute set that was fun and energetic from the beginning to end. She and the band performed for the audience, many whom paid for the dinners and being seated in front of the stage and others standing and sitting at other areas of the venue.

She belts out “One of the Boys” and “Good Time Comin’ On” from her self-titled 2012 album and a few newer songs, including “Pop That Bottle” and “Love.” She also covered “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” by Shania Twain, and with part of AC/DC’s “Shoot To Thrill.” Kramer performed other songs from her debut album, including “What I Love About Your Love,” “I Hope It Rains,” “Whiskey,” and “I Won’t Give Up.” She ended with her new singles. “I Got The Boy” and “Why Ya Wanna.”

Through the entire show, she was posing for selfies with the audience while not missing a step while singing. She also gave her necklace to a female fan at the stage. Kramer exudes a strong energetic vibe, something the audience picked up on and responded to throughout the performance.

Opening the show was local band Harley James, who gave a solid performance. His sound is rock and pop with a bit of country. The members are Harley Jay (lead vocals, guitar, harmonica), Omar D. Brancato (bass), Aaron “the professor” Gutierrez (drums), and Bryan Archer (guitar and vocals).

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