Goody Grace: Show Review

On Thursday, November 14th at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA, Goody Grace rocked his set while opening for Charlotte Lawrence on the Navy Blue Tour. He connected with potential new fans, as well as received praise from his already excited current fanbase. During his set, he played both upbeat bangers and slower emotional cuts. The crowd went wild when he performed his newest song, “Scumbag”, which is a collaboration with Blink-182. Before performing the single, he preached high praise of the band and its drummer, Travis Barker.

To close out the set, Goody performed his own cover of a Blink-182 song to further honor the band and show his appreciation for their support. His set brought an edge and punk energy to the crowd of Charlotte Lawrence fans. He even had his own set of cheerleading fans, who knew every word to the songs and were screaming in support. After the show, Goody hung around the crowd and took photos with the fans. Through his energy, talent, and dedication to connecting with the crowd, Goody Grace definitely earned himself some new fans by opening for Charlotte Lawrence.

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