The floor of the venue was a sea of bouncing, weaving, swaying teens and twenty-somethings until the very last note.
I can only imagine the onslaught of disappointed visitors that the title of this post is going to attract, but I strive for accuracy in my reporting and when you see the photos below it will all make sense. My apologies to the one-handed web surfers. Yesterday I had the pleasure honor of accompanying Kelly [Continue Reading...]
As a music photographer, I am often presented with stage lighting that presents a bit of a challenge. It comes with the territory and usually my experience and technique will save me, but sometimes I survey the stage plot before a band’s set and go “uh-oh”. Such was the case with the headliners on this night.
Vocalist Tawaine Noah alternated between charmingly self-deprecating and supremely talented throughout his set as his band got the night off on the right foot.
NYC indie folk darlings The Spring Standards performed in support of Wakey Wakey and made a lot of new fans in the process. Their impeccable vocal harmonies and eclectic instrumentation made for a quirky yet fun set which included a stellar version of Neil Young’s “Helpless”. For limited edition prints or licensing info just click [Continue Reading...]
These young guns have descended from the Great White North in support of a debut album on Roadrunner that is bound to generate some serious buzz among alt-rock stations and metalheads alike.