Hiss Golden Messenger live in concert.
ON TOUR

Hiss Golden Messenger

35
critic concert reviews
folk

How Good Are They LIVE?

Live Rating  

81
%
Based on 
35
critic concert
reviews
LAST 12 MONTHS RATING  
80
%
Based on 
5
critic concert
reviews

Real Live Certified  

Real Live Certified badge for artists with consistent, high quality live performances and broad critical acclaim.

Critic Consensus

Hiss Golden Messenger is 'Real Live Certified' and is in the top 10% of all live performers. Based on 35 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that Hiss Golden Messenger is rated as an impressive live performer, with enjoyable shows overall. Hiss Golden Messenger concert reviews describe live shows and performances as joyful, uplifting, soulful, spirited, electrifying, and exciting.

ON TOUR

Crowbar, Tampa, FL, United States (February 26)

Latest release

Jump for Joy (August 25, 2023)

artist info

GENRE
folk
ORIGIN
North Carolina, United States (2007 - present) (2007 – present)
BIO
Hiss Golden Messenger is a folk country band from Durham, North Carolina, led by MC Taylor.
HAS PERFORMED with
Aoife O'Donovan

CRITIC concert REVIEWS

Country Standard Time (USA)

December 15, 2023
%
Hiss Golden Messenger brings the groove

Glide Magazine (USA)

December 11, 2023
%
Hiss Golden Messenger Bask in Groovy Jams and Freewheeling Setlist in Portland

Country Standard Time (USA)

October 26, 2023
%
Hiss Golden Messenger engages start to finish

Parklife DC (USA)

October 24, 2023
%
Hiss Golden Messenger Live In Concert

The Santa Barbara Independent (USA)

March 6, 2023
%
The Power of a Beautiful Voice and a Perfectly-Tuned Guitar

The Boston Globe (USA)

August 28, 2022
%
In Lowell, a late-summer sendoff from Aoife O’Donovan and Hiss Golden Messenger

Gaffa (Sweden)

June 15, 2022
50
%
Hiss Golden Messenger at STHLM Americana, Stockholm

Past critic reviews published in

Dig Boston (USA), Yorkshire Evening Post (UK), Gig Junkies (UK), Birmingham Live (UK), The Guardian (UK) and more

IMAGE CREDIT

Rick Johnson [CC BY-SA 4.0] via Wikimedia Commons