Patrick Droney brings the heat at a sold out Boston show

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The ever so talented Patrick Droney made his way to Boston on his State of The Heart Tour and he did not disappoint. The tour is named after his critically acclaimed debut album State of The Heart in which he co-wrote and co-produced and includes hit songs like “Yours in the Morning” , “When the Lights Go Out”, and “Glitter”. It doesn’t stop there though as he released a deluxe version of the album with five more songs including a reimagined version of ZZ Top’s “Rough Boy (feat. Billy Gibbons)” and a heartfelt love letter in “Like The Water”. State of the Heart is truly one of Patrick’s best works to date and fans were really in for a treat at the show.

Patrick came out to the roar of a sold out Sinclair crowd around 9pm, guitar in hand ready to rock. He opened up the night playing “The Wire” to the crowds delight. He would play a handful of songs from his debut album State of The Heart as well as a few songs from his 2019 self titled EP. Along with playing a good category of his own tracks Patrick also treated the fans to a few covers as well. The “Rough Boy” ZZ Top cover was one of them which included many killer guitar solos by Patrick who can absolutely shred on the guitar. Patrick also fit in a snippet of the iconic Prince’s “Purple Rain”  during his song “Where You Are”, which is about checking the weather app on your phone wherever you are. Along with the amazing covers Patrick performed, he also brought out the incredible Morgxn (who opened the show earlier) to sing “River” together. Patrick proclaimed how much he admires Morgxn and they both shared a hug together, it was a sweet moment. Patrick went on to rock out the rest of the night and the crowd was loving every minute of it. He surely knows how to put on a killer show. You definitely don’t want to miss out on seeing Patrick at a show near you! Check out info on his tour here.

 

 

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Photos + Review by  Erin Crowley  // full gallery 

Keep up with Patrick Droney // Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // TikTok

 

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