Good Prevails With GRiZ And Friends At Boston’s House Of Blues

March 2, 2021

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first_imgComing off of a stunning two night run at Terminal 5 in New York and sold out show at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, GRiZ’s “Good Will Prevail Tour” rolled down Landsdowne Street in Boston for yet another packed house in support of the critically acclaimed album of the same title. The sold out crowd at the House of Blues was pulsing with positive energy as the supporting acts Haywyre and The Geek x Vrv showcased their talents before GRiZ took the stage around 10pm.Much like his Red Rocks tour debut in Colorado earlier this fall, the Future Funk rock star GRiZ started his Boston show high above the crowd donning his musical weapon of choice, the saxophone. The energy never let up until the final note at midnight as the Detroit native mixed through a multiplicity of genres, from old school funk and dance tunes, to reggae and modern dubstep.Alongside the brass master GRiZ was guitarist/vocalist Muzzy Bear, a life-long friend who has been performing full-time on recent tours. Perhaps Muzzy’s best display of vocal prowess came during the encore with a song off of Good Will Prevail titled “Driftin’” with beautiful guitar playing that lends a somewhat of John Mayer vibe. This piece definitely stands out as one of the more unique tunes on the new album and was a great way to come down from a night full of excitement.GRiZ shows may be filled with great music, but his team does so much more to enact positive change. Boston fans raised well over $1,000 for Little Kids Rock, a charity that grants under-privileged children musical instruments and private lessons. With GRiZ himself providing matching donations, this show doubled as a great effort to help children in need. Amazing!All in all, the night proved why it is never wise to miss a Sunday show! Funk on my friends! Show Love. Spread Love.Check out an unofficial set list from the show, thanks to Brian Brewer, as well as a full gallery below courtesy of ATS Photography.Setlist: GRiZ at House Of Blues Boston, MA – 11/6/16Can’t Hold Me DownDTW to DIAFunk PartyPS GFYBefore I GoGood Times Roll (KNNO Remix)Dance With MeA Fine Way to Die(ID)Moment Seizes Us (Pt 2)Feelin’ FineWayfaring StrangerFeel the LoveChasin’ GalaxiesWarGet DownThe Way You Make Me FeelAs We Proceed (GrizMatik)Ain’t No Mountain High Enough20 Million Fire EmojisMy Friends and IWho Am I – Bennie Man RemixWelcome to JamrockNeed ThisRather Be FreeGotta Push OnEncore:Wicked into DNB VIPDriftin w/MuzzyWe Are the Champions Load remaining imageslast_img read more


Odds & Ends: B’way-Bound Keira Knightley Welcomes First Child & More

January 18, 2021

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first_img View Comments Sting Wants to Pen Another Musical!Sting recently stopped by The Tonight Show to drink wine (what is this, Kathie Lee and Hoda?) and talk about his Tony nomination for The Last Ship. It was “the most wonderful adventure of my life,” the Grammy winner said about working on the production. Host Jimmy Fallon wanted to know whether he’d do it again? “In a New York heartbeat,” came the reply. Check out the interview below, which includes Sting serenading the audience with a song from his short-lived but much-loved tuner. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the holiday weekend. B’way-Bound Keira Knightley Welcomes First ChildCongratulations to stage and screen star Keira Knightley, who has given birth to her first child with hubby James Righton. According to E! News there’s no word yet on whether the bundle of joy is a boy or a girl, but he or she will definitely soon be bound for New York! As previously reported, Knightley is set to begin previews on Broadway in Thérèse Raquin on October 21 at Studio 54.Anne Meara Dead at 85Anne Meara, Tony nominated for Anna Christie, died on May 23, aged 85, The New York Times reports. Along with her husband Jerry Stiller, she was one-half of the legendary comedy duo, Stiller and Meara, as well as having a long and distinguished career on screen and stage—she was additionally seen on the Great White Way in Eastern Standard, Miss Lonelyhearts, The Good Woman of Setzuan and A Month in the Country. Meera later turned her skills to playwriting, penning the off-Broadway shows After-Play and Down the Garden Paths. She is survived by her husband Jerry, her son, the actor and director Ben Stiller, her daughter, actress and comedian Amy Stiller, and two grandchildren.Jill Santoriello’s New TunerSwitching gears, A Tale of Two Cities scribe Jill Santoriello is working on a new musical, It Happened in Key West! According to Adweek, the show is set in the 1930s and follows the true story of Count Carl Von Cosel’s morbid love affair with Elena Hoyos, with him even installing a telephone in her tomb so he could converse with her.Alison Pill Weds Joshua LeonardBroadway and The Newsroom alum Alison Pill got hitched over the weekend to her beau Joshua Leonard. “”We’re married!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #pillnard,” wrote Pill on Instagram. Aren’t the happy couple adorable below?!last_img read more