Sep 4, 2017

Brynn Elliott to Perform at The Greek Theatre September 9


Darling Magazine calls Brynn Elliott's new single "Might Not Like Me,"
"the best hook of the summer"

Singer/songwriter Brynn Elliott will perform at the renowned Greek Theatre on Sept. 9 as one of the final dates of her major summer tour with Lifehouse and Switchfoot. 

The burgeoning artist joined the "Looking for Summer Tour" playing in major venues across 30 cities nationwide and wrapping at The Masonic in San Francisco on Sept. 10.

Currently a philosophy major at Harvard University, Brynn is a refreshingly atypical pop artist whose studies and personal experience inform much of her songwriting process. 

Since the Fall of 2014, when she entered Harvard as a freshman, Elliott has played some 70 shows per year, opening for such artists as Brandi Carlile, Alanis Morissette, Grace Potter, Allen Stone and Switchfoot. 

A gig with O.A.R. found her performing for thousands of people at Colorado's fabled Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the last stop on her summer tour, after which Elliott flew back to Cambridge to join her classes already in progress.

When she's not touring the country as a singer/songwriter or hitting the books, Elliott has been recording with songwriter-producer Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift) on new music, including her latest singles, "Psycho Stupid Love" and "Might Not Like Me," which was dubbed "the best hook of the summer" by Darling Magazine and "a powerful, empowering message about self-acceptance," by The Asbury Park Press

Elliott stopped by Chicago's #1 rated TV station WGN before her show at Ravinia early this week to perform her new single. 

Click here to watch her performance:

The songs are the first in a series of singles she plans to release this year.

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