Why See Jon Bellion?
Jon Bellion Hits the road
Long Island native Jon Bellion began his career at the tender age of 14, strictly producing songs. After becoming increasingly frustrated at the generic music he was asked to make, the now 27-year-old put his anger into his own writing, developing and experimenting with a groundbreaking new style that fuses the hip hop of his influences J Dilla and Eminem with a pop sound.
This year sees him taking his recently released album 'Glory Sound Prep' onto the road in a 35-date trek! The tour will see him kicking things off in Philadelphia, before rounding up in Baltimore.
2016 saw the up and coming young multi-talented muso release his first album, The Human Condition, a bold and uncompromising debut that blends shades of RnB and indie with catchy hooks and a dash of 80s nostalgia. Released to much critical acclaim, the album marked the start of great things for Bellion, so don't miss the chance to see this star as he rises!
Performance date: 1 January 1970
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