Leon Bridges to Perform Intimate LA Show Ahead of Grammys
By Taylor Fields
February 1, 2019
Leon Bridges has had an incredible year. The soulful singer/songwriter released his new album Good Thing and was nominated for not one, but two Grammy Awards this year. But before Bridges hits the Grammys red carpet, the Texas native is celebrating during an exclusive and intimate concert in Los Angeles on February 5th, just a few days ahead of Music's Biggest Night.
This year, Bridges scored Grammy nominations for Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Bet Ain't Worth The Hand" and Best R&B Album for Good Thing . The LP is Leon's second full-length release and follows his 2015 debut album Coming Home . Good Thing showcases ten songs, including his Grammy-nominated single "Bet Ain't Worth The Hand," in addition to singles like "If It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)," "Bad Bad News" and "Beyond."
During iHeartRadio LIVE with Leon Bridges Presented by Aflac, fans can expect to hear a lot of the recording artist's new music, in addition to songs from his previous album. And fans from across the country will be able to stream the concert live.
How To Stream The Concert
Fans can tune in free for a video stream of the exclusive iHeartRadio LIVE with Leon Bridges Presented by Aflac via iHeartRadio's official YouTube channel on Tuesday, February 5th at 7pm PT/10pm ET.
Get pumped for Leon Bridges' show by checking out songs from his Grammy-nominated Good Thing below.
"Bet Ain't Worth The Hand"
"If It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)"
"Bad Bad News"