INTERNET FUELS FIRE FOR CAGLE FANS

A Chris Cagle fan, scouring the Internet for industry information, found a post saying that Chris would be performing at the 8 Seconds Saloon in Indianapolis.

Soon, the word was all over the Internet, spreading fast. The club even had to clear out some of its tables and chairs to accommodate the 500 extra fans that showed up to hear Chris play.

The saloon was so crowded, that people had to stand belly-to-belly, which explains why Chris didn't see anyone dancing.

"When you're up onstage and you've got that spotlight in your eyes, you can't really tell how big the crowd is," says Chris. "It didn't look like there was anyone on the dance floor, but I think it was because we couldn't really see anyone dancing."

Whether they danced or not, Chris is thankful to the club for clearing out the extra space.

"I'd never want anyone to get turned away from one of my shows, if we can help it."

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