Three very different subjects shot in wildly varying environments, but all were done with small flashes and on a very compressed timetable. I love taking hours and hours to create beautiful photos, but it’s nice to know that when pressed for time I can get the job done.
Spearheading a triple bill with heavy hitters like Earl Greyhound and OK Go has to be a daunting task, but the fierce young quintet known as The Booze held their own when they kicked off last Sunday’s show at The Old Rock House with heavy swagger and a vibrant set of garage rock. Looking like [Continue Reading…]
Let’s just get this out of the way right up front: I am a major fan of Earl Greyhound. There. The unbiased journalism can now commence. Ever since I was turned on to the band’s 2006 release Soft Targets, I have been in love with their glorious blend of psychedelia and glam rock. I missed [Continue Reading…]
Upon my arrival at The Old Rock House last night, I knew I was in for quite a night. There was a long line of fans waiting to enter the venue, a giant tour bus parked outside, a tent on the patio to house the monitor soundboard, and more equipment on stage than I’ve ever [Continue Reading…]
Opening for Ben Folds’ solo show, Matt Pond performed with only a guitarist and a beer. Well, two beers–he stole his accompanist’s beverage after draining his own. It was all in good fun though, which they seemed to be having plenty of. Even after enduring an onslaught of heckling from a particularly chatty fan parked [Continue Reading…]
Ben Folds is a badass. And a musical genius. And a good drummer. How can you not dig the guy? Friday night at the Chaifetz he was in classic form, performing solo versions of his biggest hits as well as some newer tunes. And while the overly chatty youths on the venue floor sometimes made [Continue Reading…]