LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY: New Found Glory + More in Boston, MA (06.09.10)

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LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY: New Found Glory + More in Boston, MA (06.09.10)

New Found Glory’s From the Screen To Your Stereo, To Your Town tour stopped in Boston, Massachusetts last week. Ending a wonderful weekend at House of Blues in Boston, MA. Fans gathered on Sunday June 9th for the show.

Doll Skin opened up the night, while The Early November and Real Friends followed. The tour’s lineup is a spectacular bill for the crowd to which they’re catering. With Real Friends there to entice the younger fans who have only discovered New Found Glory in recent years and The Early November appeasing the long time fans of the band dating back to the Drive Thru Records era.

Frontman Jordan Pundik took the stage donning a boxing robe and shorts as New Found Glory came out opening their set with a cover of “Eye Of The Tiger.” The band’s latest release From the Screen to Your Stereo is a covers album featuring well known songs composed for famous movies. Other songs played on the right were “Let It Go” from Frozen and “This Is Me” from The Great Showman. Overall, they played a monstrous 22 song set featuring songs from most of the band’s albums.

Adding an extra element to the show, the band also had costumes ready for several of the famous movie tunes, including an Elsa costume during “Let It Go” from Frozen. New Found Glory’s live show always has a way of blending their songs with a fun and comedic atmosphere providing a great time for everyone.

Photos: New Found Glory, Real Friends, The Early November, Doll Skin at House of Blues in Boston, MA 06.09.19 –

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