“Hello Pensacola people!” Touring in support of her latest release “Flags” and making her Vinyl Music Hall debut, Brooke Fraser greeted the audience while displaying the music and heart that has taken her around the world in a journey of entertainment and enlightenment.

Opening artist was Cary Brothers who has been touring with Fraser and displaying a healthy sense of humor to go along with his solo acoustic indie-pop. During his set, Brothers told a story about how his mom and a group of her book club friends gathered to watch an episode of the television show Grey’s Anatomy that featured one of his songs. The result was an unexpected experience for the group. For his last song, Brothers enlisted the help of the crowd to help sing his cover of David Bowie’s “Starman.”

On the U.S. leg of her “Something in the Water” tour, Fraser and her bandmates stepped out to a warm reception from the Vinyl Music Hall crowd and moved straight into their set. Having toured with artists such as David Bowie and John Mayer, Fraser has created a solid career that not only involves he passion for music, but also her dedication for global charity and awareness.

With an open-hearted view of the world, Fraser gave the Pensacola audience a dream-like evening while playing the music that has opened the ears and hearts of music lovers around the world. To end the night, in a gesture that displayed her thoughtfulness, Fraser dedicated the encore to her “sweet husband.”