By Jesse Faatz
Photos by Jesse Faatz
SCRANTON — Forrest Kline from HelloGoodbye, which is currently on tour as a supporting act for Paramore, stopped by the Fuzz 92.1 Theater Tuesday afternoon to play a short set, answer some questions and also please fans with a meet and greet following his performance.
Kicking it off with a brief Q&A, Duffy from Fuzz 92.1 asked Forrest about being on tour with Paramore and playing acoustic compared to playing with his full band. After joking about how the first floor of the Scranton Times building resembled an old bank lobby and mentioning that he was thankful for the handful of fans that didn’t mind him being 30 minutes late to the performance, he started off with “The Magic Hour is Now.” Usually backed by his full band, Kline took this opportunity to play a solo acoustic set consisting of three songs.
Next was “When We First Met, with Forrest joking that he was digging into the archives for this one; no one in the audience seemed to recognize the tune. Kline ended off with the popular radio hit “Everything is Debatable.”
For more information on The Fuzz’s Private Artist Showcase series or to sign up for the station’s All Access Club, visit 92.1’s website.