Letters to Cleo on Sunset Here and Now: Boston alt-rock/power-pop band Letters to Cleo are back, and that means “Here and Now,” “Cruel to be Kind,” and much more besides. Kay Hanley always had a great voice. In addition, recent LA Weekly cover stars Broken Baby are also on the bill.
The show is part of a national tour, of which a press release says, “Boston’s Alt. Rock pioneers Letters to Cleo will be headed back out on the road this fall for a short run of intimate shows on the east and west coast including their annual pair of homecoming shows at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston. The band will be doing two nights at the Paradise with both single and two-day tickets available HERE on sale Friday. The idea for the annual homecoming shows started in 2016 when the band was on the road supporting their first release in 17 years, their Back to Nebraska EP. The band was on stage at the Paradise playing to an enthusiastic and elated hometown crowd when their manager suggested “same time next year?,” and now this year will be their fifth annual set of homecoming shows. In addition to the two Boston shows the tour starts out in Southern California with a stop in Portland, ME.”
Check then out on Saturday, and be sure to get there early for Broken Baby.
Letters to Cleo on Sunset Here and Now: The event takes place at 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 5 at the Roxy.
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