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In Photos: The Driver Era in Concert

Pop-funk duo The Driver Era hit the stage at the newly-minted Roadrunner venue in Brookline on Aug. 2. Comprised of lead vocalist Ross Lynch and singer-songwriter Rocky Lynch, the brothers were joined by bassist Riker Lynch on this tour.

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Frontman and lead vocalist, Ross Lynch, got the crowd swooning with his cheeky smile and flirtatious lyrics.

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The Driver Era took the Roadrunner by storm, taking full command of the largest indoor general admission venue in New England.

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Singer-songwriter Rocky Lynch harmonized with his brothers/bandmates.

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Ross proved himself to be a jack of all trades; from belting out vocals to breaking out in dance.

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Riker Lynch is also touring with The Driver Era, adding a stable thrum of bass to keep the performance on beat.

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The southern California opening act, almost monday, warmed up the crowd with their charismatic performance. Texas indie-pop band Summer Salt is also joining the tour.

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“How all my ladies doin’?” Ross edged on the crowd, and was met with ear-piercing shrieks.

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The Boston crowd couldn't get enough of the band's infectious energy.

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