The result was a great slow-burn start to a terrific evening of music
Shot on assignment for the cool kids at I Went To A Show, where you can read Julie Dill’s review of the concert.
And I mean no disrespect to the Avett Brothers, whom Social D. was opening for, but this is MIKE F*#(ING NESS we are talking about here. It’s like asking Johnny Cash to open for Mumford & Sons.
Shot on assignment for my award-winning friends at IWentToAShow, where you can read my review of the concert, here are a bunch more photos of the hunky banjo-pickers you all love to sing along with. And you are welcome to buy a limited edition print of your faves, too. The Avett Brothers Live @ Bridgestone [Continue Reading...]
Stanton Moore is one of my drumming heroes, primarily because his mixture of funk chops and rock bombast aligns perfectly with my own drumming ideals. Of course, he pulls it off much, MUCH better than I typically do. In the past I have photographed Stanton in clinic and with his electrifying band Galactic, but until [Continue Reading...]
The next two days were spent wandering around the expansive grounds of the 31st annual Blissfest, a unique outdoor music festival that includes music spanning folk, rock and jazz genres; camping in an ancient forest; a wide variety of eats; and vendors ranging from artists to palm readers and massage therapists.