The opportunity to witness Queen, the Spice Girls or The Beatles in their prime is one that the luckiest of fans are fortunate to see. While those opportunities have passed, it was Harry Styles, with an English quip and swagger, who brought a deafening night of peak-fandom to Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center on Monday.
Since stepping away from the record-breaking boy band One Direction, the 24-year-old heartthrob has taken on his solo-career with the unequivocal spirit of a young rockstar gone-too-soon in a past life, with a second chance to do right in the present.
In his 2017 self-titled solo debut, ‘Harry Styles’ captures ten tracks that feel heavily influenced by classic American rock, delivered with a grandstanding English flavor. At times he sounds like a modern version of the Beatles, built for