Hot Show Alert: Greg Holden brings the feel good vibes TONIGHT to Boston!

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Hot Show Alert: Greg Holden brings the feel good vibes TONIGHT to Boston!

Greg Holden, first known as the incredible voice behind “Boys In The Street”, is coming to Boston tonight in a sea of other shows around town as well as something called the first game of the Bruins second round of the playoffs. But while there are many shows tonight and I’m always a supporter of show hopping, Holden’s set is something not to be missed.

Tonight he’ll be at the iconic Red Room at 939, a Berklee venue that has seen Hozier, Karmin and many others play. It’s his first time in Boston since opening for fellow longtime singer-songwriter Butch Walker at Royale and will sure to be an intimate treat. With his latest album, “World War Me”, coming out just under a month ago on March 29th, sure to be a staple in the set, new and old fans alike will be very pleased. The new album is on point with what people have grown to love about Holden’s tracks but this latest record feels like the one that will fully break Holden into mainstream hearts.

The show kicks off at 8 pm with tickets still available at a wallet friendly $15 at the door. This venue is a true treat in Boston, as it’s an incredibly intimate room run by Berklee students. So clearly the sound quality will be truly on point, being that Berklee is an incredible music school and the stage is low which creates a great view no matter where you are in the room. As well as being treated to a performance by Holden tonight, longtime Jukebox the Ghost member Ben Thornewill will be playing a solo set to open it up.

I’ll be there and hope to see you in the crowd as well! For a little sneak preview of what’s to come tonight if you haven’t had the pleasure of seeing him live before check out this delightful video Holden posted yesterday. Rocking that Lamb of God tee, proud of ya.

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Colleen has been writing about music since 2009. Interviewing bands since the glory days of Warped and has continued to do so for now over fourteen years. As well as doing freelance for other publications, the love for everything rock continues today.