Mod Sun and Call Me Karizma perform at Brooklyn Bazaar as part of the nationwide ‘BB Tour’

On February 1, Call Me Karizma and Mod Sun played a show in Brooklyn, New York, at the Brooklyn Bazaar on the nationwide “BB Tour”. The tour started on January 10 in Santa Barbara, California, and will continue through the United States until the final night on March 24 in Dallas, Texas.

I’ve followed Call Me Karizma for a few years and I always find it fascinating to see how much he’s grown as an artist between each concert of his I get to attend. I am always excited to see what new changes in his performance abilities will be present each time. This was my fourth time seeing him live and I still continue to see large amounts of growth each time. One of my favorite things about Karizma is his ability to make his shows feel like we’re all a group of friends just hanging out together and having a great time, and this definitely was present on Thursday night. To add to this feeling of closeness and unity, Karizma got off of the stage towards the end of his set and walked around in the crowd while singing and dancing with everyone and occasionally stopping to hug a few fans in the process. While some people in the crowd may have come to the show not knowing who he was, Call Me Karizma definitely gained some new fans that night.

The familial feeling continued throughout the night, especially with Mod Sun, whose songs all have a carefree attitude towards life. This was my first time attending one of his shows, but I felt like i belonged because he was able to create such an atmosphere of happiness and closeness between himself everyone in the crowd. Mod is very true to himself and to his art, which is very apparent when he is on stage and truly in his element, unafraid to show the world who he is inside.

Both Mod Sun and Call Me Karizma are very kind and genuine people with a very discernible love for their craft as well as their fans.

Be sure to attend one of the remaining dates in your area:

Feb 18 @ The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA
Mar 08 @ The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
Mar 09 @ Music Hall Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MIN
Mar 24 @ Gas Monkey, Dallas, TX

Mod Sun

Mod Son

Mod Son

Mod Son

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

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Mod Sun and Call Me Karizma perform at Brooklyn Bazaar as part of the nationwide ‘BB Tour’

On February 1, Call Me Karizma and Mod Sun played a show in Brooklyn, New York, at the Brooklyn Bazaar on the nationwide “BB Tour”. The tour started on January 10 in Santa Barbara, California, and will continue through the United States until the final night on March 24 in Dallas, Texas.

I’ve followed Call Me Karizma for a few years and I always find it fascinating to see how much he’s grown as an artist between each concert of his I get to attend. I am always excited to see what new changes in his performance abilities will be present each time. This was my fourth time seeing him live and I still continue to see large amounts of growth each time. One of my favorite things about Karizma is his ability to make his shows feel like we’re all a group of friends just hanging out together and having a great time, and this definitely was present on Thursday night. To add to this feeling of closeness and unity, Karizma got off of the stage towards the end of his set and walked around in the crowd while singing and dancing with everyone and occasionally stopping to hug a few fans in the process. While some people in the crowd may have come to the show not knowing who he was, Call Me Karizma definitely gained some new fans that night.

The familial feeling continued throughout the night, especially with Mod Sun, whose songs all have a carefree attitude towards life. This was my first time attending one of his shows, but I felt like i belonged because he was able to create such an atmosphere of happiness and closeness between himself everyone in the crowd. Mod is very true to himself and to his art, which is very apparent when he is on stage and truly in his element, unafraid to show the world who he is inside.

Both Mod Sun and Call Me Karizma are very kind and genuine people with a very discernible love for their craft as well as their fans.

Be sure to attend one of the remaining dates in your area:

Feb 18 @ The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA
Mar 08 @ The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
Mar 09 @ Music Hall Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MIN
Mar 24 @ Gas Monkey, Dallas, TX

Mod Sun

Mod Son

Mod Son

Mod Son

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

Call Me Karizma

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