There’s no trouble here at all. There’s songwriting skills, strong vocals, and stage energy. That’s always the goal. It’s the trifecta, and that’s what you get with Joseph Gallant.
Gallant just released his single, “Trouble,” which is a bluesy take on a country rock jam. It’s a guy walks into a bar, drinks tequila and meets a girl banger. Nothing too serious, but seriously fun. The singer/songwriter from Maine has been playing this one at his shows for a while with a great response.
You can catch Joseph getting into some “Trouble,” and other original music, at his upcoming headlining shows, including this Sunday, March 12 at The Sinclair in Cambridge. You may have seen him recently on tour with Parker McColllum and Bailey Zimmerman when they burned through Boston and the MGM Music Hall at Fenway back in October. Gallant lights up a stage and his career has definitley been catching some fire. So, do yourself a favor and keep your eye on this trouble.
Take a listen to my recent interview with Joseph about his upcoming show, his new song and playing MGM Music Hall