Tour Diaries: Briston Maroney
Briston Maroney delivered a concert for the ages to a packed house in Columbus, Ohio.
Briston Maroney stopped in Columbus, Ohio on his now concluded ‘All Aboard’ US Fall Tour. From the gaggle of frat guys in the back to the diehard fans who waited for hours outside before the show - Briston drew in a boisterous crowd that packed the historic Newport Music Hall.
Now residing in Nashville, Tennessee, the 24-year-old owes much of his career to the DIY house party scene of the city where he developed his own refreshingly unique and personal sound. Briston’s roots are still present in his performance, his comfort and joy on stage make you feel as if he’s singing just for you and your friends in the confines of a dingy basement, rather than to a nearly sold-out crowd in a large venue.
Maroney’s beloved song “Freakin’ Out On the Interstate” has received more than 145-million streams since its release in 2020, and is an exemplary display of the artist’s innate talent to write and create pure magic. The mounting tension and release are hallmarks of Briston’s discography also seen in songs such as “Bottom of the Ocean” and “Rollercoaster”
Relive Briston Maroney’s concert in Columbus, Ohio below with photos by Lucy Jones.
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