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Cherub bring infectious sounds and top-notch lighting to The Westcott in Syracuse

If you thought that there was nothing better than taking it easy on a Sunday night, you were terribly mistaken. On September 23rd at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY, electro-indie duo Cherub were doing the opposite of taking it easy, and made it feel like the party of the year for everyone who said “screw you” to homework and catching up on sleep.

Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber from Nashville, TN exemplified their care-free spirits by opening AND closing with their most popular song “Doses and Mimosas.” They filled in the space between with some of their older songs scattered in with singles they’ve released in 2018 such as, “Want That,” “Body Language,” “Dancin’ Shoes,” and “All In.”

Their infectious sound combined with one of the best lighting productions I’ve seen from a relatively smaller band, makes their live set one that you don’t want to miss. Make sure to catch a show of theirs on their “Free Form” tour with opener Maddy O’Neal before the end of the year, even if it’s on a Sunday night.

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

Alana Swaringen
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Cherub bring infectious sounds and top-notch lighting to The Westcott in Syracuse

If you thought that there was nothing better than taking it easy on a Sunday night, you were terribly mistaken. On September 23rd at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY, electro-indie duo Cherub were doing the opposite of taking it easy, and made it feel like the party of the year for everyone who said “screw you” to homework and catching up on sleep.

Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber from Nashville, TN exemplified their care-free spirits by opening AND closing with their most popular song “Doses and Mimosas.” They filled in the space between with some of their older songs scattered in with singles they’ve released in 2018 such as, “Want That,” “Body Language,” “Dancin’ Shoes,” and “All In.”

Their infectious sound combined with one of the best lighting productions I’ve seen from a relatively smaller band, makes their live set one that you don’t want to miss. Make sure to catch a show of theirs on their “Free Form” tour with opener Maddy O’Neal before the end of the year, even if it’s on a Sunday night.

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Cherub

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

Maddy O’Neal

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