Big Head Todd & The Monsters to play the House of Blues

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Big Head Todd & The Monsters are ready to the pavement in support of their new release, Rocksteady. The veteran rockers from Denver will stop at the House of Blues in Boston on Thursday, September 30. Tickets, which are priced at $25 and $35, are now on sale through Live Nation. Carbon Leaf will open the show.

Rocksteady, the band’s ninth studio effort, was released at the end of last month. The new album touches on a slew of different genres including R&B, reggae, and even punk rock. The album includes eleven brand new tracks, and while experimental, does not compromise the band’s signature funky, melodic sound.

“It’s a soul/Caribbean record that rocks,” explained frontman Todd Park Mohr in a press release. “We almost went out of our way to take all the rock out of it, but it really rocks. It’s the very first album we’ve ever done that’s cohesive. It makes a difference, in terms of this album standing out from our other albums.”

Virgina natives Carbon Leaf, who will play a special show in Boston tonight as part of the Rock & Blues Concert cruises, are touring in support of their latest album, How the West was One.

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