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, selling nearly a million albums, receiving 20 Juno award nominations and winning four
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, as well as tracks from his new album Chaotic Neutral, featuring notable musicians including Holly McNarland, Bones Hillman (Midnight Oil), Blake Manning, Anthony Wright, Stu Cameron, and Sam Goldberg Jr. (Broken Social Scene).
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.