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The Glorious Sons hit the road

Hard-rocking Canadian quintet The Glorious Sons burst out of Kingston, Ontario with a vengeance in 2011, winning over legions of ardent fans with their heady blend of rootsy alt-pop and blue-collar trad rock. Their no-frills, hard-hitting musical style has evolved over the years, culminating in the critically acclaimed release of 2017's 'Young Beauties and Fools' and their most recent album 'A War On Everything'. Now ready to rock again, the group are hitting the road on tour!

Known for high-octane concerts that are every bit as relentless as their records, The Glorious Sons have honed a finely tuned live show after almost a decade of constant touring. Frontman Brett Eamon's vocal howl and mean harmonica skills soar amidst the band's trademark five-part vocal harmonies, pounding rhythms, gritty blues-tinged riffs and anthemic choruses. Rock and roll ain't dead, and these brave revivalists prove it with every raucous note.

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Finished Nov 23, 2023

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Customer reviews

3 reviews, average rating: (4.7 Stars)


TGS Rocked GR!

Saw the boys again at a rescheduled show in Grand Rapids and they were on fire! The whole place rocked & sang with them - Brett tried to give us a bonus tune with Rest My Poor Heart but they got cut off after the intro notes because it was late. Go see them any time they're near! ... Read more

Meghan Macon

I am OLD and I LOVE THEM!!!

I am head over heals with The Glorious Sons. I saw them open for The Struts and could not get enough so I put myself second row back when they performed 2/9. I think they are incredible, talented and so real and raw. I had a blast and just love Brett so much and the whole bad is fantastic. ... Read more

Wayne Brown

Rock Isn't Dead Yet

While The Glorious Sons are undoubtedly an amazing live band overflowing with talent and energy, front man Brett Emmons did seem a bit disenchanted with the LA crowd. The set list was great but it did seem that Brett decided to cut it short. He might not be a fan of LA, but LA is unquestionably a fan of his. Whoever is missing out on this great band is missing out on a great live rock experience. I would go see them again....and again. ... Read more


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