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On Wednesday, April 12th, Tannahill's Tavern in Fort Worth, Texas was transformed into a rocking haven as JXDN headlined the evening's show, supported by Beauty School Dropout. The venue was packed with enthusiastic fans, ready to experience the electrifying performance from two rising stars in the music industry.

As the night started, Beauty School Dropout took the stage, quickly capturing the crowd's attention with their unique blend of alternative and punk rock. The band's energy was contagious, and their catchy hooks and upbeat rhythms had the audience jumping and singing along. They played a variety of songs, including "Stuck in a Rut" and "The Mess I've Made," showcasing their versatility and dynamic sound. The band's frontman engaged with the crowd, encouraging them to let loose and enjoy the music. Overall, Beauty School Dropout's performance was a perfect warm-up to the main event.

After a brief intermission, JXDN appeared on stage, and the energy in the room intensified tenfold. The young artist's commanding presence and incredible vocals were immediately apparent, and he effortlessly connected with the audience. The setlist was a mix of his popular hits, including "Angels & Demons" and "Better Off Dead," and tracks from his latest album, Tell Me About Tomorrow. The crowd sang along to every word, and JXDN even brought a fan on stage to share in the experience for the part of MGK in “Wanna Be”

JXDN's performance was a masterclass in modern pop-punk, with heavy guitar riffs, pounding drums, and infectious choruses. The band's energy was electric, and the audience was swept up in the energy and emotion of the performance. JXDN's voice was on-point throughout the show, and his ability to switch from powerful belting to softer, more intimate moments showcased his range as a vocalist.

Overall, the JXDN and Beauty School Dropout concert at Tannahill's Tavern was an incredible experience. Both artists delivered high-energy, unforgettable performances that left the audience wanting more. JXDN proved himself as a talented musician and performer, and Beauty School Dropout showed that they are a band to watch out for in the future. The show was a perfect blend of pop-punk and rock, and it was clear that everyone in attendance had a great time.

James Coffman

Photojournalist - Dallas

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