http://blog.syracuse.com/entertainment/2010/09/cold_night_in_syracuse_not_whe.html Kellie Pickler’s voice rolled over the fans as the second act’s star stood singing in the wings. Then Picker, dressed in a smart black dress, joined her five-piece band for the rest of “Best Days,” and the good times rolled on. The “American Idol” graduate turned her infectious southern accent loose on the songs that have neatly carved her niche in the country music world. Don’t make her mad, she proved with “Rocks instead of Rice.” But she’ll bounce back nevertheless, she demonstrated with the bouncy “Making Me Fall in Love Again.” Growing up in North Carolina, Pickler quickly became a fan of Dolly Parton. She showed her appreciation with a loving medley of Parton’s “Jolene” and “Two Doors Down.” Pickler’s voice was aching and beautiful as she put her heart into the song she wrote for her absent mother, “I Wonder.” And then it was time for all to celebrate the hip life with Pickler’s first hit, “Red High Heels.” Crowd: About 13,000 (reported by fair official Fred Pierce). Time of performance: Young 25 minutes; Pickler 40 minutes; Rascal Flatts more than 90 minutes.