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AEG Presents

Grandson

with nothing, nowhere
Sep, 15 @ 7:00 pm ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
Majestic Theatre
All Ages
$23 Adv./ $26 Day of
All Ages
Additional Info
SPOTIFY PRESALE: Tuesday, June 11 @ 1:00PM
ARTIST PRESALE: Tuesday, June 11 @ 1:00PM       
MAJESTIC PRESALE: Wed. June 12 @ 10:00AM         
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ALL PRESALES END: Thursday, June 13 @ 10PM
ONSALE: Friday, June 14 @ 10AM

**Delivery of all tickets will be delayed until Monday, September 2nd, 2019**
Artists
Grandson

Grandson is a 23-year-old alternative artist hailing from Canada. Born in the small town of Englewood, New Jersey, he relocated to the cultural melting pot of Toronto at a young age, and grew up surrounded by music ranging from jazz to rock & roll to rap, dancehall and R&B.

At 17, he moved to Montreal to attend university, and began working in nightclubs cleaning tables and DJing. He started writing music at this time, incorporating the unique blend of sounds he grew up surrounded by. He started experimenting with music production and rapping in 2013, dropped out of school and headed to Los Angeles to pursue music full time.

Adopting the "grandson" moniker while living in LA, he dove deeply into rock influences such as Rage Against the Machine, Nirvana and Led Zeppelin, while keeping an ear on the rap/R&B music emerging out of Toronto and alternative acts such as Twenty One Pilots and Hiatus Kaiyote. He found a small community of musicians to work and perform with in LA and eventually formed his band. Reminiscent of early punk and grunge music, grandson's live set attempts to create a frantic, mosh pit-inducing cathartic release of energy for fans.

Searching for his voice and for meaning in today's divisive, chaotic world, grandson's songwriting confronts the most pressing issues of his generation, such as financial inequality, governmental and environmental accountability and social justice, giving these topics a soundtrack with a genuine sense of urgency and frustration, while simultaneously touching on adolescence, relationships, and the insecurities and difficulties of growing up through your 20s. When asked about today's music scene, he says "I genuinely believe the world needs honest rock and roll, now more than ever."

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