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Broods

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About Broods
Genres:
Electronic, Pop, Electro Pop
Band Members:
Caleb Nott, Georgia Nott
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Multi-award winning brother-sister duo BROODS (Caleb and Georgia Nott) are one of the most celebrated young bands to emerge out of New Zealand in recent times. Announcing...
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Fan Reviews
I loved it especially when Georgia waved to me but the opening act had a bit of technical difficulties
April 18th 2019
bad sounds and broods were beyond amazing. they were both so energetic and lovely on stage. a must see if you can catch them this tour!! or any tour of theirs. i bet they would be just as out-of-this-world.
April 8th 2019
Amazing! They are such great performers 😍 thank you for the music and please come back to Denver often 😌
April 8th 2019
The best concert I’ve ever been to. The venue was great, they were great and getting to see them live after loving them for 6 years, it was the best to say the least.
April 4th 2019
Made me smile from start to finish. The lighting was spot on with the color choices, sounds was crystal for the most part. There may have been a moment when the sound board stopped working, but the audience was so alive in keeping the chorus going that it didn’t matter. Crowd and performers became one big family this night, and I won’t forget it. That or the marriage proposal that happened towards the end of the concert. Congratulations ladies ❤️
Chicago, IL@
House of Blues
April 5th 2017
AMAZING!! I was able to be in the front row without buying "pass the line" just by going early 🙂✌️
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About Broods
Genres:
Electronic, Pop, Electro Pop
Band Members:
Caleb Nott, Georgia Nott
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

Multi-award winning brother-sister duo BROODS (Caleb and Georgia Nott) are one of the most celebrated young bands to emerge out of New Zealand in recent times. Announcing...
Read More