Tonight’s Concert Picks: Mondo Cozmo at Union Transfer, Jake Clemons at World Cafe Live

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Mondo Cozmo | photo by Emma Silverstone for WXPN

Mondo Cozmo have been one of our new favorite bands for quite some time now, and after memorable performances at NonCOMM and Firefly in recent months, we’re happy to welcome them back for a headlining gig at Union Transfer. The project of Joshua Ostrander, the LA-via-Philly rockers are sure to bring a heavy dose of their signature energy. Mondo Cozmo is touring in support of debut album Plastic Soul, released in August. Opening acts Flagship and Illinois are worth arriving early to catch. Watch Mondo Cozmo’s video for “Automatic.”

The nephew of the late Clarence Clemons and lead saxophonist in Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Jake Clemons is no newcomer in the music world. (He’s also shared stages with The Swell Season, The Roots, and Eddie Vedder, to name a few.) But tonight Clemons is joining us with his own band for a performance of his solo material at World Cafe Live downstairs. It’s sure to be a great glimpse into the life of a musician who’s done it all. Listen to Clemons’ solo LP Fear and Love below, and read an interview with him here.


Tickets and more information on both shows can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar.

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