Jack Antonoff Brings His Solo Project, Bleachers To Rams Head Live

June 23, 2017
Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD

      There is no better way to spend your Friday night than at a nearly sold out show at Rams Head Live. This past Friday night Power Plant Live had a very diverse crowd, outside at the Power Plant stage we had country artist Kip Moore entertaining the country folk and inside we had the more “hipster” folks inside attending the Bleachers.

After a great set from the opening band, Muna, Jack Antonoff (you may know him from helping Taylor Swift on her latest record 1989) and his solo project Bleachers took the stage and instantly the crowd went wild. Just recently releasing his self produced record, Gone Now, Antonoff played a good handful of songs off that and the crowd definitely did their studying as they proved to sing the newer songs word for word. A few of his newer material played included Everybody Lost Somebody, Let’s Get Married and I Miss Those Days. Not only did the crowd get treated to Antonoff’s insanely great new material he also played a handful of older hits such as Rollercoaster, Shadow, I Wanna Get Better and even threw in a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s Go Your Own Way. 

The energy filled the room in such a positive way. There was no hate whatsoever, and that’s how it should be. As the night closed came to an end, Antonoff closed the set with his #1 single Don’t Take The Money!

Review by: Alyssa Howell