Show Review – Autumn Portrait

When: March 4, 2016
Venue: Homegrown Hamilton
Where: Hamilton, Ontario

Freddie Mojallal of Autumn Portrait played a set of indie folk tunes at Homegrown Hamilton.  The warm, cozy coffee shop was the perfect backdrop for the show with its exposed brick wall and funky artwork.  He played a set of nine songs, including opening with a beautiful and soulful, down-tempo cover of “Wonderwall”.  His original music included a mix of songs from his most recent EP, Tired Love, as well as a few previews from his upcoming release later this year.  We also caught up with Mojallal recently when he opened up for Tea Party front man, Jeff Martin, in Peterborough.  You can read about it here.  Autumn Portrait just announced they are opening for Wild Rivers at Adelaide Hall on April 16th.  Be sure to come by and check out this rare performance, as the full band will be present.  Also stay tuned to Canadian Beats for a fun interview with Freddie, where he has the chance to show his humorous side while we discussed what was in store for Autumn Portrait this year.






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