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PopWrapped | Music

Concert Review: Boyce Avenue at HOB Orlando

Whitney Alexis | PopWrapped Author

Whitney Alexis

Updated 02/3/2015 2:57am
Concert Review: Boyce Avenue at HOB Orlando | Boyce Avenue
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Boyce Avenue The last show of any tour is always a treat for concert-goers, but we knew we were in for something special last night at the House of Blues Orlando when Boyce Avenue claimed the venue as their  “musical home” away from home. The Boyce Avenue brothers ended their ‘No Limits’ tour with a bang. The Florida natives took the stage and received the warmest of welcomes from their friends, family and fans as they played the first the track on their ‘No Limits’ EP', Speed Limit. The Boyce boys took us back a few years when they played Here Me Now from their 2010 record ‘All We Have Left’, before diving into one of their infamous acoustic covers. The first of many covers of the night was Coldplay’s A Sky Full of Stars and the crowd went wild. Boyce Avenue's female fans, myself included, also swooned as they covered Ne-Yo’s chart-topping hit Because of You. Boyce Avenue played a number of their guitar-centric original songs including One Life, Change Your Mind and I Had to Try. Transitions between songs were filled with quick guitar changes and sweet thank you's to the fans, who have been an instrumental part of Boyce Avenue’s success. The guys faked the end of the show, in typical rockstar fashion, leaving the stage after performing their uptempo track I’ll Be The One, leaving the crowd desperately chanting for more. We were delighted when Alejandro came a back on stage for a solo performance of the heartfelt song Broken Angel (there wasn’t a dry eye in the house after that one). Fabian and Daniel rejoined Alejandro on stage for the remainder of the encore which included a cover of the Kings of Leon’s Use Somebody, which was incredible, and their original song Every Breath. Other notable covers of the night included One Direction's Story of My Life, Tracy Chapman's Fast Car and Bruno Mars' Locked Out of Heaven. I don’t know if it was Alejandro’s vocals, Fabian’s slicked back hair and leather jacket or Daniel’s adorable bow tie, but I think it’s safe to say I fell in love with Boyce Avenue last night.

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