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Tiny Habits & Beane – Lincoln Hall – Chicago (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

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Tiny Habits & Beane – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL – March 29, 2024


From singing in stairwells to headlining their first tour together, Tiny Habits is a band formed by three best friends who share the same love and passion for music. 


Tiny Habits is a group of singer-songwriters who met at Berklee College of Music and started singing and writing together in 2022. They just released their first EP, “Tiny Things,” in 2023 and are now doing their first headlining tour.



They played a sold-out show in Chicago this past Friday at one of the iconic venues, Lincoln Hall. Heading into the venue you could already feel the excitement from all the fans and hear all of them talking about what songs they wanted to hear. 



The show started with the amazing and talented singer-songwriter, Beane. He got the crowd’s attention from his beautiful angelic vocals filling the room. You could tell he was feeling the love the crowd was giving him from the beginning to the end of his set. 



Finally, what all the fans were waiting for, Tiny Habits, took the stage. Their harmonies filled the room as everyone turned their attention to them and only them. The crowd never left the band throughout the whole show. They covered songs from “What Was I Made For” by Billie Eilish to “Landslide” by the iconic Fleetwood Mac. The show was one to remember for sure. We can’t forget their favorite songs of the night, “Flicker,” “People Always Change,” and the definite favorite of the night, “Tiny Things” which brought the show to an end. 



This show was definitely one for the books for me. Tiny Habits is touring all over this year, if you need a show to see add this group to your list!


Emily Kaprowski


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