Crimson staff writer
Jen A. Hughes
Unfazed by the many roadblocks she faced on her way to the show, Sands opened up day two of Boston Calling with an electrifying set, showing off her stellar vocals and snappy songwriting.
The singer’s set served as a time capsule that preserved the style, sound, and energy of the mid-2000’s emo punk scene.
With Concert Archives downloaded, perhaps users can fight off the P.C.D. and ride the concert high for a little while longer.
Yardfest brought together the Harvard community in a way that only live music can, reminding students to take a break from work and simply have fun.
‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ Review: Improv Troop Turns the Wackiest Suggestions Into the Biggest Laughs
With constant laughter shaped by audience suggestions, the show is uniquely suited for repeat viewing. Each performance promises new stories to explore and a fresh batch of jokes delivered by the all-star cast.
Old and new fans alike left with a new perspective on Tomlinson as an artist — the greatest accomplishment for a debut solo tour.