Green River Ordinance got a little help from their friend Kris Allen last night in Mobile, AL. The band has been opening for Kris in solo shows this month, and Kris and his band dropped in on GRO's set at the Soul Kitchen, helping them sing "With A Little Help From My Friends."
Kris, who had to stand on his tiptoes a bit to reach the microphone (LOL) since GRO lead singer Josh Jenkins is pretty tall, played the tambourine, while drummer Ryland Steen picked up a guitar. The other guitar players, Chris Torres, Cale Mills and Andrew DeRoberts, all played various percussive instruments. And they all look like they're having the time of their lives.
GRO also did this song with David Cook, Angel Taylor and Matt Hires at a concert last month.
Kris's setlist last night changed a bit from previous shows. He played: Can't Stay Away, Heartless/Gangsta's Paradise, Written All Over My Face, The Truth, Alright With Me, Maybe, Send Me All Your Angels, Paranoid Android, Man In The Mirror, Red Guitar, Is It Over, Live Like We're Dying, and Come Together.
Also, check out this video of Kris singing Happy Birthday to two girls. After one of them apparently flipped him off, Kris said she wasn't going to get a Happy Birthday, but he decided to be nice and sing it to her anyway (but not before calling her out and rolling his eyes at her)
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