CONCERT REVIEW: Bruno Major at Stubbs (indoors)

Words/Photos by: Joshua Guerra

Edited by: Clinton Camper

After an amazing Bonnaroo performance, Bruno Major performed an intimate set at Stubbs to about 100 lucky fans.

For more than six months, Bruno has been releasing a song per month. Writing and releasing music every full moon lead to his album title “A Song Every Full Moon,” which was released in 2017.


Before he began his set, he opened up by saying “I love Texas!” And the crowd cheered him on from there.

As a lot of his songs are very short, he was able to play the majority of the album, which you don’t really get from artists today. Some of his most notable hits that fans enjoyed were “Just The Same,” and “Wouldn’t Mean A Thing.”


After recently being on tour with Sam Smith, he began making his way up the music scene with the attention of Sam’s fans.

His lyrics are influenced by the likes of Randy Newman, Bob Dylan and Billy Joel. Major says the album is a reflection of him and has a deep meaning to it.


Bruno Major will continue these last few dates of this tour in support of his latest album and then head overseas for a few festivals.