Concert Review: Judah and the Lion, October 21, The Riviera Theater, Chicago

Talk about a show for the ages every time – Judah and the Lion always blows me away.

The band has undergone some major changes since the pandemic, but I would say the disruption has resulted in a healthy evolution that has culminated in their amazing new album Revival.

Revival’s musical journey explores, love, lost dreams, loss, and loneliness (among other non-L topics) and makes me tear up and smile every time I listen. It is truly an emotional rollercoaster that will speak to you, no matter who you are or what you’re going through.

Live, the charisma of the band just takes the listening experience to a whole new level of awesomeness. The group’s positive but real-talk chatter, jokes, choreographed dancing and just plain energy make the trip, tickets and time one of the top 4 best investments I’ve made all year.

My message to Judah: thank you. My message to you: listen (please – it’ll be the highlights of your day)!

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