Nate Ruess and A Great Big World at The Paramount (Huntington, 12/14)!!


Who is Nate Ruess you ask? He’s just the genius behind the song “Nothing Without Love” that took over the radio waves earlier this year after breaking off from FUN in 2014 for a solo career. Featuring A Great Big World as a special guest, who has hits like “Say Something” and “Hold Each Other”, this pair is coming to us Monday, December 14th at 8pm. These artists are our modern day version of the classic boy-bands, except I don’t feel guilty when rocking out to their jams in my car!

Nate Ruess has an extensive career in music beginning in 2002 along side different bands and band-mates until he decided to start his solo career last year. Since his debut, he has made appearances on TV and been interviewed in magazines, like Rolling Stone Magazine. Not bad Nate, not bad!! Solo album Grand Romantic was released over the summer reaching as high as #7 on the US Billboard 200 .

A Great Big World is a big newer on the scene, entering the music race in 2011, but don’t let that fool you – they’ve already won 2 Grammy Awards! With a second album scheduled to release on Friday (November 13th), this concert couldn’t have come at a better time. Preview When the Morning Comes on iTunes.

Enjoy their videos below and I hope to see you there!

WHERE: The Paramount (370 New York Avenue, Huntington))
DATE: Monday, December 14th
TIME: 8pm
TICKETS: Ticketmaster available for the general public on Friday, November 13th at 10am; charge-by-phone at (800)745-3000; or The Paramount Box Office (open daily from 12-6pm).


Subscribe to Paramount’s mailing list to get tickets ahead of time! Tickets go on pre-sale for subscribers on Wednesday, November 11th from 10am to Thursday, November 12th 10pm.


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