Kristian Matsson may as well have actually been the tallest man on Earth; his presence took up so much of the room that audience couldn’t take their eyes off of him for his entire solo performance.
As soon as Matsson bounced onstage – and he did physically bounce onstage – his audience was engrossed in his every movement. He commanded every portion of the theatrical stage within seconds of prancing on.
We’re knee-deep in New England autumn weather here in Boston! This means it’s time for fuzzy blankets, beanies, apple picking, and other fall festivities. For many, fall is the perfect time to wander outside and admire the changing colors of the leaves. As you enjoy a long walk in the crisp autumn air, here’s a chill vibes playlist that will keep you as cozy as that flannel you just pulled out of the closet.
Finishing up her first US tour accompanied by various festivals around the country, Bird wraps up her tour on the east coast at Brighton Music Hall in Boston. Prior to her show, Bird conducted a live mix session for WERS for Live Music Week and sat down with WERS to talk about her upcoming debut album and her life on the road.
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By Samantha Woolf Leisure, an Emerson alum and a singer-songwriter, stopped by for WERS’s “Wicked Local Wednesday” special to perform some of his music. Among… Read More