Concert Reviews

  • Jordy Returns to Boston
    5 years ago you could find Jordy dancing along at the latest Brighton Music Hall show. On May 13, he was back at the Boston venue, but instead he was performing for the sold-out audience.  As a co-opener for Lauren Sanderson, it was his responsibility to help energize the crowd. This task was not one…
  • Role Model Returns to the East Coast for TouRx
    On May 10, Role Model’s TouRx was just what the doctor ordered. “Tucker! Tucker!” the Boston crowd chanted as the stage lights flickered on to illuminate a simple stage setup. Echoing through the Royale’s speakers, Role Model’s voice told the audience to enjoy the show and to look out for each other.  With a flash…
  • Aly & AJ Hit All The Right Beats in Boston
    “We’re here to take you back to your childhood and into the future.” Aly and AJ Michalka called out to the crowd kicking off a nostalgic night in Boston. In shadow, a vintage radio scanned through static until it eventually tuned to a suspenseful hum.  With drumbeats and guitar shreds reserved for rockstars, the sister…
  • Yumi Zouma Rocks Boston’s Sinclair
    Youmi Zouma rocked the Sinclair Thursday April 14 in an intimate, fun show. The group brought a lighthearted, exciting set to the Cambridge theater and did not disappoint. The opening act saw NoSo out to the stage, filling the Sinclair with beautifully powerful vocals and tones of intricate electric guitar. The crowd responded well to…
  • Daryl Hall Brings “Daryl’s House” to Boston
    On April 11, the Orpheum Theater became “Daryl’s House” for one night only.  Fans filled the Boston venue for an evening packed with nostalgia.  Todd Rundgren got things rocking with hits like “We Gotta Get You A Woman” and “Buffalo Grass.” His showmanship, skipping from one side of the stage to the other and shredding…
  • Sigrid Performs Special Show in LA at The Fonda
    After many years of not performing in LA, Sigrid is back in the city of angels! Sigrid took to The Fonda on the infamous Hollywood BLVD to perform for the excited crowd to hear the singers music live again. The singer came with mostly dance-pop bangers that got everyone moving instantly, throwing in the must-have…
  • Joy Crookes Brings First US Tour to Boston
    Joy Crookes’ grandmother dreamed of immigrating to the United States to start a new life. She settled on the “19th floor” of a building in London and never made it there.  Years and generations later, Joy Crookes is on her debut North American tour realizing the dreams of both her grandmother and herself. Through regular…
  • Tate McRae Plays Sold-Out Royale in Boston
    Tate McRae’s show was the place to be on April 1. Fans and friends of the artist filled Boston’s sold-out Royale to see not one, but three acts that found popularity in the past two years.  GAYLE kicked things off with her set. The Nashville based artist performed songs including “ur just horny,” and her…
  • Jojo Brings Tour Home
    On March 29, Jojo made the newly opened Roadrunner in Boston feel like home.  Surrounded by friends, family, and longtime fans, the MA native gave an emotional and dynamic performance for the city she calls home.  Opener Lindsey Lomis began the night with her guitar. Her impressive vocals during songs like “Simple Love” entranced the…
  • Amber Mark Starts Her US Tour At Boston’s Sinclair
    “How nice is it to be out of quarantine, huh?” The crowd roars in approval. About a quarter of the audience is in their technicolor dance outfits. Others look like they just came off of work. It is a Monday night after all. Shaun Ross, an American model, actor, and now recording artist, began the…
  • Sammy Rae Fills Boston’s Royale with Brass and Joy
    In 2020, Sammy Rae & the Friends had an identity crisis. They were scheduled to go on tour to celebrate their new songs starting in March. We all know what happened in March. The band members felt torn. How do they make money? How do they connect to their fans? These struggles, questions, and heartbreak…
  • Claud Brings “Super Monster Tour” To Boston
    If you’ve got a “Soft Spot” for Indie and Alt-Rock, you’ll love Claud. That fondness was clear with the crowd that piled into Boston’s Brighton Music Hall on March 27th. From the moment Claud first stepped on stage, they had the audience captivated. The crowd was quick to engage when Claud kicked things off with…
  • Aidan Bissett Performs at The Roxy in LA
    As an opener, it’s typical that sometimes the crowd isn’t as “active” as you’d hope, or they don’t know your songs, however that wasn’t the case for rising musician Aidan Bissett. Singer/songwriter Bissett opened for Claire Rosinkranz the other night and he performed as if he was the headlining act. The crowd was extremely energized…
  • GAYLE Performs Special Show at The Roxy
    ABCDEFU, is what you probably have been singing thanks to TikTok. Thankfully, it’s one of the blessing songs that came from the social media platform. The talented rock/pop artist behind is GAYLE, who’s other songs are just as good, if not better. GAYLE performed at The Roxy for a special one-off show in Los Angeles,…
  • Fletcher Performs First Headlining Show in Boston
    On April 17, the crowd at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club had a lot to celebrate. Not only was it St.Paddy’s Day, but it was also Fletcher’s first Boston headlining show and her birthday.  The celebration began with “Sweet and Sour” singer, Amelia Moore, who had the crowd swaying along to “moves” and taking a drink…
  • Louis Tomilson Plays Last Show of North American Tour at YouTube Theater in LA
    ***ALL PHOTOS MUST BE CREDITED PROPERLY IF REPOSTING*** One Direction fever is still very real. Louis Tomilson just finished his North American tour by playing his last show at the new YouTube Theater in Los Angeles, CA. The fan dedication and heart were there in full force. From fans having planned fan moments by handing…
  • Jeremy Shada Performs Very First Show in Los Angeles on his Vintage Tour
    If you know the hit Netflix shows Julie and the Phantoms, then you definitely know Jeremy Shada. One of the leads from the hit series has started his first-ever tour for his album, Vintage. The crooner came to the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles, CA, and wowed and captivated the audience with his clear, crisp,…
  • Maisie Peters Brings ‘You Signed Up For This’ Tour to Sold Out Sinclair
    On March 9, Maisie Peters’s fans traveled through the snow “on the red line,” of course, to her sold out Sinclair show in Cambridge, MA. Despite the stormy weather, the vibe inside the venue was warm and welcoming. Maisie fans buzzed about reuniting with and meeting internet friends for the first time.  It wasn’t long…
  • Gracie Abrams Plays the El Rey Theater in LA
    If you happen to be a fan of Olivia Rodrigo, then you most definitely will fall in love with Gracie Abrams. Her soft, yet powerful voice with her instrument playing and stage presence will make you feel like you’re apart of your diary. This tour that she is on, will probably be the last time…
  • Jack Gray Performs Intimate Show In Venice, CA
    Breaking Sound had an Unpublished showcase this week at Townhouse in Venice Beach, and featured several emerging artists like Abigail Rose, Sammy Platkin and Jack Gray. Jack, who is originally from Australia, moving to LA just 8 months ago, wowed the crowd with his raspy, yet clear cut vocals on Thursday night. He started off…
  • Fletcher Performs at the Fonda Theater in LA
    After a few years of no touring, due to the pandemic, one of the LGTBQ queens is back on stage touring across America. Fletcher brought her humble talented queen like attitude to the Fonda Theater and everyone re-fell in love with her all over again. The stage design took up nearly the whole stage, acting…
  • REVIEW: Dua Lipa Kicks Off Tour in Miami, FL
    Since before the COVID-19 global pandemic, fans all over the planet have been longing to hear Dua Lipa live.  On February 9th, 2022, Dua finally kicked off her Future Nostalgia World Tour at the FTX Arena in Miami, Florida.  “We’ve been waiting two years to put on this show for you all,” Dua bellowed to…
  • Dodie and Lizzy McAlpine Deliver a Snowstorm Showstopper at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre
    Arriving at Dodie’s once-Friday-now-Saturday show, one could expect that a change in dates might throw enough schedules off as to dissuade her crowd. The opposite is true. It took half an hour to get through the front doors, as the line into the building stretched down two blocks and around a corner. Fans were bursting…
  • Landon Barker and More Take The Stage at The Roxy
    With concerts being back, there have been many special shows held in Los Angeles, CA. The other night at The Roxy in West Hollywood, Chri$tian Gate$ and his friends performed short sets at The Roxy. With many fans and close friends coming out, it was night to have fun and connect with people. Performers included…
  • Clairo Celebrates New Album with Hometown Concert
    For Clairo, her show at Boston’s House of Blues was a homecoming of sorts. Growing up outside the city, Clairo had seen many shows at the notable venue. On February 27, she made the venue her own. In front of friends, family, and adoring fans, Clairo took the stage after Arlo Park’s impressive set.  As…
  • MARINA Returns to Boston
    “Boston, It’s been awhile!” For MARINA fans old and new, her show at the Orpheum Theater was well worth the wait.  Swedish artist, Tove Styrke warmed the crowd up with her high energy performance. Her vocals, flowy dress, use of the stage, and eye-catching lighting was impressive and earned attention and cheers from the crowd. …
  • The Marias Captivate Boston with Two Sold Out Shows
    INTERIOR – LA APARTMENT – DAY The Marias lead vocalist  MARIA ZARDOYA and her partner, producer and multi instrumentalist, JOSH CONWAY sit down to finally write and produce their highly anticipated debut album, CINEMA.  CUT TO FEBRUARY 19  The Marias take over Boston’s Paradise Rock club for night one of two sold out shows on…
  • Valley Kicks Off Headlining Tour in Boston
    The first time Valley played Boston as an opener, “there were like 30 people,” lead vocalist, Rob Laska recalled. Almost 20 times that amount showed up at the band’s first ever American headlining show at Boston’s Sinclair. “God Must Hate Me” Singer, Catie Turner kicked off the night with a heartwarming and vibey set featuring…
  • Griff and Lexi Jayde Perform at The Fonda Theater in Hollywood, CA
    With so many British artists making a name for themselves in the industry, it’s easy to get lost in the names. Griff is one of those musicians you should make the effort to listen to. With her inspiring messages in songs such as “One Foot In Front Of The Other,” to her songs that are…
  • Andy Grammer Finds Joy in Boston
    Andy Grammer has been encouraging us to keep our heads up since 2010. That same inspiration and positivity was palpable at Boston’s Orpheum Theater on Wednesday night.  After an exhilarating set from opener Alt Bloom, Grammar kicked off a night filled with love, acceptance, and “joy.” Sitting by the glow of a Victorian lamp, Grammar…
  • Samia Plays Dynamic Set at Paradise Rock Club
    It’s almost impossible to leave a Samia concert without skipping. That’s just science. Host the concert in a venue like Paradise Rock Club, where everywhere you stand feels like you’re part of an intimate semi-circle among friends, and you might even turn that skip into a cartwheel. Samia made her first headline tour one to…
  • Coldplay, Maneskin, Twenty One Pilots and More Take the iHeart Radio Alter Ego Stage in LA
    After the holiday season and the Jingle Ball tour, iHeart Radio shows their alter ego every year at The Forum in Los Angeles, CA. This year it was almost magical as it was energetic. Coldplay, Twenty One Pilots, Maneskin and more took to the stage on January 15 at The Forum in Inglewood, CA. First…
  • Lauren Jauregui Stuns at Telegram Ballroom in LA
    After years of her debut single “Expectations,” Lauren Jauregui finally gifted us with her debut solo album Prelude. With her album release, Jauregui has done a few shows, one in NYC and a few in California. Jauregui had two shows in Los Angeles, CA, one at the famous Roxy and the other at The Telegram…
  • KIIS FM iHeart Radio Jingle Ball Brings Joy to LA This Holiday Season
    The other night, the 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball 2021 Presented by Capital One was held at the Forum and the stars were out in full force on the second stop of the national iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour 2021 Presented by Capital One. The event featured iconic and emerging performers including: Ed Sheeran, BTS,  Doja Cat, Lil Nas X, The Kid LAROI, Saweetie, Black Eyed Peas, Tate McRae, Bazzi, Dixie D’Amelio and surprise guest Annita.…
  • Catie Turner Joins Jordy on The Mind Games Tour in Boston
    A day after celebrating 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Catie Turner opened her first show on Jordy’s The Mind Games Tour.  Rocking a Peppa Pig bandage on her chin and an acoustic guitar in hand, the American Idol alum took to the Brighton Music Hall stage in Boston.  Her bubbly personality was infectious as…
  • Madison Beer Ends Her Tour in LA at The Wiltern
    Right after Thanksgiving, Madison Beer ended her tour in LA at The Wiltern. Beer, who toured the last month or so, effortlessly sang her story of heartbreak and love on stage. The stage set had a screen that transported fans into her whimsical world of storytelling. Her powerful voice alone on stage deserved the fans…
  • GAYLE Plays Debut Boston Show
    On one of our August 2020 podcast episodes, we asked rising singer songwriter GAYLE what the perfect place was to listen to her single, “Orange Peel.” She told us “Summer time. Sunset. Driving down a long winding road.” On November 29, Brighton Music Hall in Boston was a close second.  The audience joined the Nashville-based…
  • Chloe Moriondo Brings ‘Blood Bunny’ Tour to Boston
    Earlier this month Chloe Moriondo joined Ashnikko at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club for the ‘DEMIDEVIL’ tour. A few weeks later and a mile up the road, Moriondo was back to headline at Brighton Music Hall for their ‘Blood Bunny’ tour.  Contrary to the gory tour name, the show was incredibly wholesome. From Moriondo’s expression of gratitude…
  • Role Model Ends US Tour at The El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, CA
    After months of touring, Role Model performed his last show on tour at The El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, CA. The high energy performer took the stage for an hour, leaving all he (and his voice) had left to offer, and it was superb. Role Model stated he had voice problems the previous two…
  • Faouzia Performs Her First LA Show at The Roxy
    What a first show it was indeed. Talented musician, Faouzia performed her first ever LA show at The Roxy in West Hollywood, CA. The Atlantic Records signed artist brought her strong voice to the stage and all the WeHo fans praised her as she belted every single note perfectly. She took to stage to perform…
  • Lawrence Reminds Boston Why They Love Live Music
    Back in April 2020, Lawrence was scheduled to play Boston’s Royale, but when things started shutting down due to the pandemic, live music got put on pause. Two years, and one album later, Lawrence is finally back to remind Boston fans why they missed live music so much.  On November 12 and 13, the sibling…
  • Sold-Out Royale Welcomes Tennis Back To Boston
    There is nothing quite like seeing indie band Tennis play live, and for singer Alaina Moore there is nothing like performing. From the first song of the set, the energy and excitement from Moore, her husband multi-instrumentalist Patrick Riley, and band members was contagious. The last time Tennis was in Boston was on their ‘Solo…
  • MAX Performs on a Rubik’s Cube at The Fonda Theater in LA
    To kick start off a few special shows across America, MAX kicked off his small fun tour in LA at The Fonda Theater. Starting his show off on a Rubik’s Cube, since his album cover is that of him standing on one, it was only fitting to have one giant one on stage for him…
  • Nessa Barrett Plays Debut Shows in LA
    This week, TikTok creator and artist, Nessa Barrett played her first two shows ever at Los Angeles’ Moroccan Lounge. Fans lined up outside the venue excited and eager to see Nessa’s first career performance. Some fans even began waiting outside two days prior to the Saturday night show. Nessa prepared a show debuting her EP…
  • Thundercat Parties with Boston
    GRAMMY Award-winning bassist and singer Stephen Bruner, better known as Thundercat played a sold-out show on November 7 for night one of two shows in Boston. “When the show got canceled that’s when it all started to feel real” and  “He was the last artist I had tickets to see before COVID” were common rumblings…
  • Jake Miller Performs at The Roxy on Halloween
    Trick or treat, what about instead of candy, a Jake Miller show at The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA. Miller and his bandmates dressed up as the legendary band KISS. The hour plus show included songs from his past, most recent album Silver Lining II as well as BASED ON A TRUE STORY from 2019.…
  • Adam Melchor’s First Headlining Tour Has Boston Smiling
    Fans of Adam Melchor will know and celebrate that this is the opera-singer-turned-folk-artist’s first headlining tour ever. What they may not know is that Melchor’s charming and disarming personality lends half of the act to being a hilarious comedy show. Behind every song on his debut album, ‘Lullaby Hotline Vol. 1,’ lies a story. There’s…
  • Ashnikko Plays Two Sold-Out Shows “…in Paradise”
    Whether you were “Working Bitch” or having a “Slumber Party,” a healthy dose of Ashnikko got you through Quarantine.  Now she is bringing that Quarantine soundtrack on the road for her sold-out DEMIDEVIL tour.  On November 1 and 2, the “Panic Attacks in Paradise” singer took over Boston’s aptly named Paradise Rock Club.  Fans entering…
  • Madison Beer Brings ‘Life Support’ Tour to Boston
    When Madison Beer released her highly anticipated debut album ‘Life Support,’ she explained that, “Writing songs is like therapy for me…I can put something into a song and then let it go, send it out into the world,” she continued, “When fans tell me I’ve put a voice to something they’ve been feeling, it’s as…
  • Dayglow Impresses at Sold-Out Show in Boston
    On October 16, the Paradise Rock Club was the place to be as indie-pop band Dayglow and opener Hovvdy took over the sold-out Boston venue. Fresh off the release of their latest album, ‘True Love,’ Austin, Texas trio, Hovvdy opened the show with a short, yet memorable set. The band jammed out to original songs…
  • Sara Kays Performs at The Echo in Los Angeles
    If you’re looking for that perfect fall music to listen to as you take beautiful fall drives, Sara Kays is that artist. With music that makes you transports you to a world of therapy of heartbreak, love and old friends, her songs are ones that will bring out sad girl fall to a whole new…
  • Penance Performs at The Mint in LA
    At The Mint in LA, the band Penance took the intimate stage for a show on Saturday night. The lead singers voice, Mason, had a raw, emotional voice where you could feel each of his words as he sung songs such as their songs “Kozi,” and “Psychedelics” and “Debris” which features singer Ella Martine, who…
  • Surfaces Bring Summer To Fall In LA
    Though Summer may be over, Surfaces is still bringing that tropical vibe to LA even if it’s Fall. On Friday the 24th, Surfaces took to the Novo in DTLA and they brought the beach vibes with them. With a few beach lounge chairs and summer lights dangling over the stage, Surfaces and their tropical, pop…
  • Phoebe Bridgers and MUNA Play to a Sold Out Crowd in Boston
    Featured Photo Credit: Brian Babineau After teaming up for their 2021 single “Silk Chiffon,” Phoebe Bridgers and MUNA are reuniting for one of the most talked about tours this Fall.  On September 26 and 27, this powerhouse team descended upon Boston’s Leader Bank Pavilion for two sold-out shows.  Night one at the waterfront venue began…
  • Global Citizen Festival Takes Over The World With Performances Around The World
    In nine different cities around the world, artists came together to use their voices to speak up and against the crisis’s happening in the world, from poverty, to climate change. Global Citizen has helped this be taken to a global scale and call on different countries to do their part. United States has pledged $295…
  • Noga Erez plays for the first time in Boston at The Royale
    Do you have some existential dread you want to throw on the ground and stomp on? Maybe the broken memory of an ex who thought they could hurt you? Well, there’s no better place to collectively reject and expel these feelings at than a Noga Erez concert, where you’d be helpless to dance and jump…
  • The Nissan Concert Series Is Welcomed Back at The Super Girl Surf Pro Event
    With a year off due to Covid, The Nissan Concert Series had a nice comeback at The Super Girl Surf Pro event, held annually in Oceanside, CA. This year, Nissan welcomed Austin Mahone back to the stage, as well as Plain White T’s, Maggie Lindemann, Kira Kosarin, Sofia Carson, Carlie Hanson and more. On Saturday,…
  • Japanese Breakfast Plays to Sold-Out Crowd at Boston’s Royale
    Michelle Zauner of the band Japanese Breakfast is on fire. Her memoir Crying in H Mart is on the New York Times bestsellers list, and her band’s latest album ‘Jubilee‘ is garnering widespread critical acclaim.  The message of the third studio album is simple. Joy. An emotion that was evident during her second night in…
  • Olivia O’Brien Is The First To Perform At The Fonda Theater In Hollywood In 18 Months
    The first show back after 18 months at The Fonda Theater on the famous Hollywood BLVD was magical, a feel of relief that fun and live entertainment is back. Olivia O’Brien, who was the lucky headliner to perform at the venue since the closure due to the pandemic, was an energized show back at the…
  • LilHuddy Performs Intimate Fan Show at No Vacancy in Hollywood
    On August 7, popular TikToker and artist LILHUDDY celebrated the release of his brand new single “Don’t Freak Out” with a free, intimate show at No Vacancy in Hollywood, CA. Fans were treated to a short three-song set featuring previous singles “The Eulogy of You and Me” and “21st Century Vampire,” as well as a…
  • Modest Mouse Celebrates New Album in Boston
    After a six-year hiatus, Modest Mouse is back celebrating their latest evolution with a headlining tour. On August 6, the GRAMMY® Award-nominated multi-platinum band took over Boston’s Leader Bank Pavilion in support of their seventh studio album, ‘The Golden Casket.’ Following an impressive and engaging set from Philly’s The District, Modest Mouse took the stage…
  • Hall and Oates Kick-Off Headlining Tour in Boston
    Hall and Oates are making a comeback! If the 12k+ TikTok videos using their 1981 single “You Make My Dreams” wasn’t enough of an indication of their mass appeal, the impressive age range at their Boston concert was.  On August 5, the duo kicked off their headlining tour at Boston’s Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA.…
  • Valentina CY Performs at The Famous Hotel Cafe in Hollywood
    If you’re looking for a place to find new music to listen, live, and for cheap, The Hotel Cafe is your place. Every week, an event called Writers Block is hosted at The famous location in Hollywood and a good handful of musicians will play three songs each. It is a great way to discover…
  • Christina Aguilera Performs With The LA Philharmonic at the Iconic Hollywood Bowl
    Concerts are finally back and with great honor and gratitude, ECHO got to cover Christina Aguilera’s special show with the LA Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. She said during the performance how her mother was a violinist, so performing with the Philharmonic has been a life long dream of hers. Aguilera has admired composers and…
  • Benefit Special “FOX PRESENTS THE IHEART LIVING ROOM SPECIAL FOR AMERICA,” Hosted By Elton John Brings Music’s Biggest Superstars Together For Star-Studded Concert
    iHeartMedia and FOX brought the biggest names in music together for the benefit special FOX PRESENTS THE IHEART LIVING ROOM CONCERT FOR AMERICA, a music event to provide entertainment relief and support for Americans to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to celebrate the resilience and strength of the nation during this pandemic,…
  • Logan Mize Returns To Boston For Fundraiser
    For two years, Country music artist Logan Mize and NBCBoston producer Hannah Donnelly have collaborated on a concert to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital.  On March 6, Mize returned to Boston to perform for the third fundraiser that would not only benefit the hospital, but those affected by the recent devastating Nashville tornado as well.  An…
  • Caroline Vreeland Brings “Notes on Sex and Wine” To Boston
    Caroline Vreeland has already made a name for herself in the fashion industry. She’s graced notable magazine covers including Interview, W Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar and has amassed quite a following through her instagram. Now Vreeland’s sultry voice is gaining attention afer the release of her debut EP, Notes on Sex and Wine and her…
  • Lil Tjay Takes Over Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
    Lil Tjay, an upcoming rapper who has reached massive success recently, completely took over Paradise Rock Club in Boston for two sold-out back-to-back performances.  The rapper, only 18 years old, first gained the attention of millions on Soundcloud just two years ago and is now touring the world. With features on some of the biggest…
  • On The Outside Performs First LA Show
    The guys of On The Outside made a huge accomplishment last week by performing their first LA show at The Peppermint Club! The talented five piece boy band, Devin Hayes, Jon Klaasen, Andrew Bloom, Dawson Huckabee and Sam Jenkins played an acoustic set at The Peppermint Club in West Hollywood where they had a dedicated…
  • Anna of the North is Boston’s “Dream Girl”
    On February 20, Norwegian artist Anna of the North celebrated the release of her second album, Dream Girl. with fans at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall.  “Do you like to party on Thursdays?,” she asked the lively crowd.  Anna began her 18 song set with “Lonely Life” followed by “Used To Be.”  She had the crowd…
  • Tones and I Gets Everyone Dancing at The Fonda Theater in LA
    Tones and I might just have one of the most unique voices ever in the music industry. Having tremendous success with her hit “Dance Monkey,” Tones and I brought her first major U.S. tour to The Fonda Theater in LA right on Hollywood BLVD. The Australian played songs from her debut EP, The Kids Are…
  • Electric Guest Give “Electrifying” Performance
    On February 10, Electric Guest’s Boston performance at The Sinclair was “Electric” and thrilled fans. “Kiss From A Rose” welcomed Asa Taccone, Matthew Compton, Luke Top, and Todd Dahlhoff to the stage, the music began and the tone was set for an unforgettable show. Electric Guest began their thirteen song set with “Play With Me”…
  • joan Brings First Headlining Tour To Boston
    On February 9, Great Scott in Boston was packed for joan’s sold out performance and the fourth stop on their first headlining tour. Since 2017 these Christian turned pop performers have been gathering a growing fan base. Under impressive vertical lit tubes and an illuminated band sign, joan’s 90’s inspired bops and ballads set the…
  • Cold War Kids Tour In Support of New Album “New Age Norm 1”
    Cold War Kids has been creating jam worthy hits constructed with intricate lyrics for almost 2 decades.  Despite numerous member changes during that span, the band’s fan base has never dwindled; as was apparent at the packed Boston House of Blues on February 1.  The indie group opened the spirited set with their 2017 song,…
  • Overcoats Win Over Boston Audience
    When indie band, Overcoats took the stage at Boston’s House of Blues, they were greeted by  the hum of conversation and scattered cheers. However, Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell quickly engaged the crowd with fast paced jams like “The Fool” and serene songs like “The Fog.” The band’s guitar riffs, drum beats and smooth voices…
  • Lauren Alaina Gets Nostalgic on That Girl Was Me Headlining Tour
    In the mind blowing decade since Lauren Alaina won the Nation’s heart on American Idol, she has toured with some of the biggest artists in the Country, started her nonprofit My Kinda People, and is now a headlining artist.  On January 29, Alaina performed her eighth sold out show on the That Girl Was Me…
  • Devon Gilfillian Opens at House of Blues and Makes It His Own
    Devon Gilfillian is currently the support act for Grace Potter on her 2020 North American Tour. However, with his high-energy and engaging performance, Gilfillian’s set would better be described as a foundation for the sold-out night at House of Blues Boston.  The genre-bending singer-songwriter’s charisma and natural stage presence carried through his set, from singing…
  • New Hope Club Plays Single Release Party in LA and Fills Small Room to Over Capacity
    If you thought British bands were quiet think again. New Hope Club is an up and coming band from England consisting of members George Smith, Blake Richardson and Reece Bibby. New Hope Club just released their brand new single and is getting ready to release their debut self titled album New Hope Club, due out…
  • Chelsea Cutler Puts on Incredible Album Release Party For “Lucky” Fans in LA
    For her first show of 2020, Chelsea Cutler played an album release party for not even 200 “lucky” fans. Cutler just released her debut album How To Be Human and she played it at The Sayers Club in Los Angeles for fans. Since it was an album release party she had some special guests as…
  • Remi Wolf Says “Hello” to Boston Audiences
    From the moment Remi Wolf shuffled on stage with her pink faux fur boots and jacket, it was clear that she was someone special.  For several months, Remi supported Cautious Clay on his Context Tour.  On December 11, the crowd at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club was blown away as Remi began her set.  Her memorable…
  • Cautious Clay Puts Music Into Context
    Cautious Clay is a person of many talents. He also holds a degree in International Affairs and is a licensed real estate agent. However, his one-two punch is music. Over the past few years, Clay has written and produced three critically acclaimed EPs and released his “Cold War” single from his Blood Type EP.  Since “Cold…
  • Kiss 108 Welcomes Holiday Season With Biggest Names in Pop
    ‘Tis the season for Kiss 108’s Jingle Ball! Annually, iHeartRadio celebrates the holidays by bringing together some of the biggest names in pop music to perform at their event.  This year’s exclusive performance was held on December 15 at the TD Garden in Boston. The incredible lineup included Halsey, Why Don’t We, 5SOS, Niall Horan,…
  • Halsey Performs at Pandora Event at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, NY
    A select number of fans were treated to a free Halsey concert by Pandora at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, NY.  She (literally) kicked her fiery set with angsty single “Nightmare,” with flames bursting from the stage. Unlike some mainstream artists who focus on singing about one or two emotions, Halsey is able to reveal many…
  • Omar Apollo Brings Funk To Boston
    In a packed, dark Paradise Rock Club, a flickering neon sign illuminated the name Omar Apollo. An audience that spanned across age groups vigorously cheered as Apollo appeared from behind the brightly lit sign wearing red and black flamed pants; following his bassist who dawned a “Prince” inspired sequin blazer. With a high kick and…
  • MisterWives Makes Boston “Home” For A Night
    The indie-pop band from New York City made Boston their home during their sold-out show at the Paradise Rock Club. MisterWives, the 6-piece group best known for their songs “Reflections,” and “Our Own House,” played for an energetic and attentive full-house on December 4th. The Boston show of their “No Place Like Home” tour was…
  • Wonderfront Music Festival Makes San Diego Still Feel Like Summer in November
    It was a first, and it was amazing. The first Wonderfront Music Festival took place in San Diego, CA before Thanksgiving and it was, as they say it, wonderful. The set up made you feel so relaxed and at the same time excited as if you were in a theme park. The set up was…
  • Rising Country Star, Chris Lane Brings Tour to New Jersey
    “I Don’t Know About You,” but Chris Lane is definitely one to look out for as a rising country star.  Lane took the stage at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ on November 8th; which happened to be the day before his 35th birthday.  Though he broke into the country scene in 2016 with his debut…
  • Charlotte Lawrence Brings “Navy Blue” Tour to Boston
    Charlotte Lawrence, known for her love songs laced with dark twists, is currently traveling across North America on her “Navy Blue” tour.  On November 14, Lawrence performed for a spirited crowd at Brighton Music Hall in Boston. Her performance began with one of her recent singles, “Why Do You Love Me.” The pulsing beat and…
  • Alessia Cara and Ryland James Performs at The Novo in Downtown LA
    Talk about empowering and inspirational. Alessia Cara is definitely an amazing role model for the youth. The Novo was jammed on November 12th with thousands of Cara fans, as well for Ryland James, opened for Cara on tour. After James crooned us with his amazing voice and moves, Cara came onto stage and kicked things…
  • Angie McMahon Plays First Boston Show
    Over the past few months, Angie McMahon has experienced many firsts.  This summer the Austrailian singer/songwriter released her debut solo album, “Salt.” She then went on to win the SXSW Grulke Prize for Developing Artists and on November 12 she stepped onto her first ever Boston stage as the opener for Hozier’s “Wasteland, Baby!” Tour. …
  • Hozier Sells Out Two Nights In Boston
    Since the release of his debut album in 2014, Hozier has amassed an impressive following.  With his “Wasteland, Baby!” Tour, this base is expanding exponentially.  At one of the two sold out Boston’s Boch Wang Theater shows, Hozier took to the stage with fierce energy and passion.  Bathed in red light, surrounded by stacked suitcases…
  • Riker Lynch Performs Acoustic Set at The Belasco Theater
    You know Riker Lynch from the hit show Glee, Dancing With The Stars and his former band R5 with lead singer and brother Ross Lynch and the rest of his siblings. Since R5 breaking and Ross and Rocky Lynch forming The Driver Era, Riker decided to make his new band, Riker and The Beachcombers. Riker…
  • Greyson Chance Captivates Crowd on “Portraits Tour”
    It has been an unbelievable ten years since Greyson Chance’s cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” went viral. A decade later, Greyson is selling out venues with his own music.  On November 11th, Greyson performed in Boston to a sold out Brighton Music Hall crowd.  “Thank you for coming out. Hopefully your hangovers are not too…
  • Musician on the Rise, Ruel, performs two sold out shows at The Fonda Theater in One Day
    What are you doing at age 16? Playing video games, eating pizza, enjoying the life of not having to do life at all. Ruel, a 16 year old musician is doing the complete opposite. At 16, Ruel already has an EP, and multiple singles and over one million followers on Instagram. The Australian born musician…
  • Noah Kahan Plays The Fonda Theater For a Late Show
    It was 10pm when Noah Kahan came onto the stage, but it was worth the late night. Kahan, known for his breakout single with Julia Michaels called “Hurt Somebody,” took the stage with his band and his guitars and insanely talented voice. Fans of Kahan see his heart when he performs live, he is an…
  • Anthony Ramos Shares His Story in Boston
    Anthony Ramos has made a name for himself telling the stories of a founding father in Hamilton and as a friend of an artist on her journey to fame in a A Star is Born.  Now, he is carving a new path on tour, sharing his own story and his debut album, “The Good & The…
  • Wrabel and Billy Share “Sad Songs” at Brighton Music Hall
    On October 21st, Wrabel and Billy Raffoul brought their “happy people sing sad songs” tour through Boston’s Brighton Music Hall.  After Joy Oladokun’s honest lyrics and comedic timing impressed the excited crowd, Billy Raffoul took to the stage.  After Raffoul’s acknowledgement of having the “most inexpensive band in all the land,” he sang songs of…
  • Finneas’ Blood Harmony Tour Concludes in Boston
    In the fall of 2019, Finneas embarked on his first headlining tour: Blood Harmony. On October 24, he closed the five city tour at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA; a venue he had played two years earlier with his sister, Billie Eilish.  “I never thought I’d come back alone and fill it up;…
  • LAUV Puts On Amazing Final Shows at The Wiltern in LA
    LAUV was so good we had to cover him twice! LAUV performed at The Wiltern in LA for three nights in a row, October 19-21, and he brought the crowd to each show! To note, all shows were sold out and he was playing LA on the same nights as Lizzo and a Taylor Swift…
  • Ingrid Michaelson and Maddie Poppe Bring “The Dramatic Tour” To Boston
    American Idol Alum Maddie Poppe and singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson brought the “Upside-Down” to Boston’s House of Blues for their Stranger Things themed “The Dramatic Tour.”  Maddie, humbled by her newly earned famed, revealed to the audience that she had attended a Michaelson show just four years prior as a fan. Now opening for Ingrid “has…