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Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brings his Upside Down Flowers Tour to Dallas

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brought the Upside Down Flowers Tour to House of Blues Dallas on January 25th and included bands Flor and Grizfolk on this tour. This tour lineup is perfect as there was a big fanbase for each artist that performed.

Alt Rock band from Los Angeles, Grizfolk, kicked off the night and got the crowd pumped up. Everyone was enjoying their energy and everything they brought to the stage. They had many fans in the audience and I think they left with many more fans.

Indi band from Oregon, Flor, was the next to go onstage. Lead singer of the band, Zach Grace, had the biggest smile on his face the whole show and was clearly very passionate and everyone in the audience was feeling that same energy. Many fans came to see this band and had the best time seeing them.

The music stops and the lights go down. The band members walk out on stage and perform a fun scene for the crowd as though they’re in a pool. The band starts playing music and the fans are freaking out wondering where Andrew McMahon is. Part of the stage opens up and Andrew McMahon comes out on his piano and comes up to the front and center of the stage. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness kicked off the night with the song “Everything Must Go” off of his new album “Upside Down Flowers”. A few songs in Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness plays “Ohio” and everyone in the audience was singing along.

He covered many songs from his past bands Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin, played most of his hit songs including “Fire Escape” and “Cecilla and the Satellite” and everyone that was there that night had a great time. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness has a very caring and loving fanbase many of which talked about going to the two other Texas dates to enjoy this show all over again.

Alexandra Thomas
Alexandra Thomas is a self taught photographer and videographer from Arlington, Texas. She first started taking pictures when she was 18 months old--aqand ever since then it has been her passion. In the past year she has developed a passion specifically for live music photography. When shes not photographing she enjoys being out in nature hiking and traveling. Her work can be viewed on her website www.alexandratphotography.com

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brings his Upside Down Flowers Tour to Dallas

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness brought the Upside Down Flowers Tour to House of Blues Dallas on January 25th and included bands Flor and Grizfolk on this tour. This tour lineup is perfect as there was a big fanbase for each artist that performed.

Alt Rock band from Los Angeles, Grizfolk, kicked off the night and got the crowd pumped up. Everyone was enjoying their energy and everything they brought to the stage. They had many fans in the audience and I think they left with many more fans.

Indi band from Oregon, Flor, was the next to go onstage. Lead singer of the band, Zach Grace, had the biggest smile on his face the whole show and was clearly very passionate and everyone in the audience was feeling that same energy. Many fans came to see this band and had the best time seeing them.

The music stops and the lights go down. The band members walk out on stage and perform a fun scene for the crowd as though they’re in a pool. The band starts playing music and the fans are freaking out wondering where Andrew McMahon is. Part of the stage opens up and Andrew McMahon comes out on his piano and comes up to the front and center of the stage. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness kicked off the night with the song “Everything Must Go” off of his new album “Upside Down Flowers”. A few songs in Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness plays “Ohio” and everyone in the audience was singing along.

He covered many songs from his past bands Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin, played most of his hit songs including “Fire Escape” and “Cecilla and the Satellite” and everyone that was there that night had a great time. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness has a very caring and loving fanbase many of which talked about going to the two other Texas dates to enjoy this show all over again.

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