Letters to Cleo makes a two night stop in Boston, MA along with energetic opener Charly Bliss.
Charly Bliss was a perfect fit to open for Letters to Cleo. They gave off that early Letters to Cleo vibe with their own modern day flair. The band played songs from their albums Guppy and Supermoon as well as a taste of new music to come. The crowd was packed for this opener.
Letters to Cleo was the headlining act as they were back at the Paradise for the first time since 2019. Not only did the play the ultimate 90’s favorite, “Here and Now”, but every single one of their songs was being loudly sung by their Boston hometown super fans. Guitarist Michael Eisenstein started the concert off with power and lead singer Kay Hanley rocked the night away. She gave a solid performance and ended the night off in her Celtics jacket and singing a duet with the lead singer from Charly Bliss, Eva Hendricks.