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Concert Review - Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Michigander, and Wildermiss

Updated: Dec 8, 2023

(Photo Credit: Nadia Tolar)

Andrew McMahon in the Wildnerness' “New Friends“ Tour, made a stop at Columbus, Ohio's CD 92.9 Holiday Show on December 1, 2023 at the Newport Music Hall. The Holiday Show's lineup was packed with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Michigander, and Wildermiss. 

First up was Wildermiss, an indie/alternative pop band from Denver, CO brought an incredible amount of energy to the venue. They had an amazing stage presence, and really brought it with their live sound.  

Next was Michigander (AKA Jason Singer and band) a naitive of Michigan, and based out of Nashville, TN. Michigander put on an incredible show. He fed off the energy from the crowd and put it back into the audience, he did not miss a single beat doing so. Michigander played around 10 songs and halfway through through the set did a cover of Radiohead's "Karma Police". Michigander's stage presence was also fantastic and set the stage well for the headliner. 

Last but not least, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness from Concord, MA did not disappoint. McMahon started the show from the back of the venue and worked his way through the crowd.  The stage design was a wilderness camp which looked absolutely incredible. Andrew not only sang songs from Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness but he also sang songs from his previous groups Something Corperate as well as Jack's Mannequin. He played a total of 21 songs. McMahon's stage presence was great and the physical set was so interesting for the crowd. This concert all told was second to none.

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