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Concerts: Andy Grammer to perform at House of Blues

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Published 10:23 a.m. ET July 11, 2018

Over the last five years, pop artist Andy Grammer has scored platinum singles with “Keep Your Head Up,” “Fine by Me,” “Honey, I’m Good” and, most recently, “Fresh Eyes.” Now the singer is touring his latest studio effort “The Good Parts,” which includes current hit single “Smoke Clears,” with a fall tour that comes to Northeast Ohio for an Oct. 4 show at the House of Blues. Tickets are $27.50.

Castlecomer scored an unlikely hit last year with “Fire Alarm,” which reached No. 6 on Spotify’s Global Viral chart and racked up more than five million streams. The Australian act is touring this summer with a July 27 show booked at the House of Blues’ Cambridge Room. Tickets are $12.

Growing up in south Florida’s hip-hop hotbed, Ace Hood arrived on the scene a decade ago. These days the MC is supporting his recently released album “Trust the Process II: Undefeated” with a summer tour that includes an Aug. 28 show at the House of Blues’ Cambridge Room. Tickets are $25.

Of course, blink-182 has a tribute band. These days, any group with a hint or mountain of success from the past few decades somewhere has a band touring and covering their music. Nevertheless, Blink 180-True (Tribute to Blink 182) and The Pinkertones (Tribute to Weezer) have booked an Aug. 31 show at the House of Blues. Tickets are $13.

Christian artist Jonathan McReynolds watched his 2017 album “Make Room” yield hit singles “Cycles” and “Not Lucky, I’m Loved.” The latter was his first Billboard No. 1 single. Now the Dove Award-winning artist is touring with a Sept. 9 show booked at the House of Blues’ Cambridge Room. Tickets are $15.

Having recently released new album “Almost Everyday,” Matt and Kim are now busy giving fans something special. The indie rock duo has been working with Isom Innis of Foster the People and electronic dance duo The Knocks on remixes of the album. The project is due out later this year. In the meantime, the group will be touring with a Sept 20 show scheduled for the House of Blues. Tickets are $30. 

Alternative reggae act Iration continues to tour its pop-based, rock-influenced songs with a Sept. 29 show booked at the House of Blues. Tickets to see the Hawaiian band, which has played Lollapalooza, Outside Lands and the Hangout festival in the past, are $22.50.

Relatively new rock act The Night Game (aka Martin Johnson) has enjoyed success with singles “The Outfield” and “Once in a Lifetime.” The Boston act comes to Cleveland for a Nov. 4 show at the House of Blues’ Cambridge Room. Tickets are $15.

Influenced by classic soul and R&B artists, Allen Stone is currently working on the follow-up to his 2015 album “Radius Deluxe.” The singer-songwriter has also announced a fall tour that includes a Nov. 30 show at the House of Blues. Tickets are $25. Tickets to see these House of Blues shows are now on sale at Ticketmaster.com.

The Summit’s Summer Listener Appreciation Concert featuring Serena Ryder, JD Eicher and The Angie Haze Project takes place July 21 at the Goodyear Theater. Tickets to the free Akron concert are at goodyeartheater.com.

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