Without a sparkle to spare, Caitlin and Dani were whisked away to boogie to the electronic jam duo, BoomBox at Concord Music Hall last weekend. BoomBox has been a Doll favorite for quite sometime and will always hold a special place in Caitlin and Danielle’s hearts because BoomBox was the very first concert they attended together! With hits like Stereo, Midnight On The Run and Shake Down Street, this collaboration finds a way to take over your mind and body to create a night of endless dancing.
This venue is an intimate spot with balconies throughout to change the elevation of your experience at any moment. The Concord is a go-to winter concert spot for the dolls and the first music venue we pranced in side-by-side. The Concord always has the best talent stopping by to share some musical love. Make sure you get your tickets for Matoma on February 10th – It will be an epic dance party.
What we find so endearing about BoomBox is the natural and authentic foundation behind the duo. They go out on stage with no set list or plan in sight – they utilize the energy of the audience to fuel each show. BoomBox always creates an original performance for everyone to enjoy.
Caitlin and Danielle are wearing Free People Film Noir Mini Sequin Dress from Macy’s (on sale!)
BoomBox played all of our favorite hits including, HeadChange. No dance move was left undone. Their music was fresh as ever staying true to a mix of electronic, disco house with a vintage psychedelic flare. While the tunes keep your whole crew audibly satisfied, the lights are another perk to relax even the busiest of minds.
Boombox puts on a majestic performance that transports you to a place without ever leaving the dance floor. The audience is one of the most pleasant. Every which way you turn, you are met by a smiling face. You can share laughs, dances and love with almost any of the fans in the crowd. Needless to say, after this performance our music cup is full and spilling over the edges.
The band recently underwent a change in 2017. Zion Godchaux started BoomBox in 2004 and plans to remain making beats for some time to come, while Russ Randolph has decided to pursue a solo career. Heath Bennett has joined Zion to bring funk to the masses. The Dolls were interested to experience the transition and are impressed with how smooth and seamless it appears to be.
We hope to see you at The Concord Music Hall on February 10th for Matoma. This would make a great early Valentine’s Day Gift/experience!