Matthew Good with Scott Helman on December 3 at 8 p.m.
The Danforth Music Hall
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In a Nutshell
Frontman of ’90s heroes the Matthew Good Band performs their muscular hits and cuts from his solo career; fellow Canadian Scott Helman opens
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What’s good about Matthew Good musically: In the ’90s, he led Canadian alt-rock heroes the Matthew Good Band, who were responsible for tender yet muscular hits such as “Apparitions,” “Load Me Up,” “Weapon,” and many more. He’s since embarked on a successful solo career.
What’s good about Matthew Good non-musically: He’s also a mental-health activist, having given a TED Talk on his own severe anxiety disorder in 2013.
What’s good about Matthew Good’s live show: It combines songs from both his solo career and Juno-winning stint with his eponymous band.
What’s good about opener Scott Helman: He’s a fellow Canadian whose bubbly hit “Bungalow” has garnered comparisons to both Vance Joy and Jeff Buckley.