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article imageReview: Heffron Drive amazing at Webster Hall in New York City Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 2, 2015 in Music
New York - Big Time Rush's Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt performed at The Studio at Webster Hall on July 1, as part of their musical duo, Heffron Drive, and they were awesome.
They opened with the title track of their album, "Happy Mistakes," and they immediately broke into their single "Parallel," where Schmidt and Belt accompanied themselves on acoustic guitars, and the audience was reciting the words verbatim.
"Division of The Heart" was absolutely gorgeous, and Schmidt showcased his impressive falsetto towards the end. "Had To Be Panama" was both lyrically and sonically powerful. It was followed by the upbeat "Nicotine," while "Art of Moving On" was crystalline with a catchy melody to it. They went on to perform "Passing Time" sans Logan Henderson from Big Time Rush, yet they were still able to deliver.
Heffron Drive continued with "Could You Be Home" and "That's What Makes You Mine," where Schmidt's velvet vocals were reminiscent of singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera. This comparison ought to be taken as a compliment.
They closed on a soothing note, with the mellifluous and polished ballad "Everything Has Changed," where they left their listeners yearning for more.
The Verdict
Overall, Heffron Drive captivated The Studio at Webster Hall in New York. Schmidt and Belt interacted well with their fans, and their set was uplifting and entertaining. They were able to bring their Happy Mistakes album to life, in an intimate setting, thanks to their warm vocals and acoustic instrumentation. Kansas natives Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt are worth seeing live whenever they are in town. Their New York concert at Webster Hall garnered an A rating.
For more information on Heffron Drive and their tour dates, check out their Facebook page.
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