Blood Orange + Christine and the QueensDate: Thursday, April 18, 2019
Start Time: 6:00 PM All tickets increase by $10 on the day of the concert.
Sections J, K, L, M, N, O - Preferred
Sections G, H, I: $70.00
Sections W1, W2 - ADA: $45.00
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Blood Orange + Christine and the Queens
Producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter and vocalist Devonté Hynes is one of the most influential voices in music today. Raised in England, Hynes started out as a teenage punk in the UK band Test Icicles before releasing two orchestral acoustic pop records as Lightspeed Champion. In 2011, he released Coastal Grooves, the first of four solo albums under the moniker Blood Orange. His 2016 album, Freetown Sound, was released to critical acclaim, and saw Hynes defined as one of the foremost musical voices of his time, receiving comparisons to the likes of Kendrick Lamar and D’Angelo for his own searing and soothing personal document of life as a black man in America. His 2018 album, Negro Swan, was released to equally rapturous response, exploring elements of black depression and identity. He has collaborated with Solange Knowles, fka twigs, ASAP Rocky, Puff Daddy, Janet Mock, and many more, and was recently one of four artists invited to the Kennedy Center to perform alongside Philip Glass. In addition to his production work, he scored the film “Palo Alto,” directed by Gia Coppola.
Blood Orange recently performed on NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert Series.” Check out the performance here.
After the end of her critically acclaimed sold out Chris World Tour last December, Christine and the Queens strides into 2019 with new shows: confirming Coachella and Boston Calling. She wrote, arranged, produced and performed her last album, Chris that follows her already-iconic debut record, released to near-universal acclaim in France in 2014 and the UK in 2016, and selling more than 1.3 million copies to date. Chris is a direct record that makes no apology for its themes of desire, machismo and otherness, but in that it also embraces complexity and blurred lines. On stage, with her live performances, famous for their immaculate dance routines and showmanship, she definitely makes some sense in pop music.