Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, 3.17.2014 – Photos of Foster the People hosting their record release party at Music Hall of Williamsburg that was live broadcast on Sirius XM on March 17, 2014.
Terminal 5, NYC, 3.8.21 – The Kaiser Chiefs, part punk rock, part new wave and all rolled into one of the most banging alt rock bands to come out of England in recent years stopped into New York City’s Terminal 5 last week. After a nearly 3 year hiatus between Off with their Heads, they […]
Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY, 1.20.12 – Portugal. The Man stopped over for a night of music at the Brooklyn Bowl, supporting their most recent release, In the Mountain In the Cloud. This marks the 6th studio release for Portugal. the Man in the past 6 years. There was another band churning out albums at this […]
Bowery Ballroom, NYC, 1.14.11 – Black Taxi, a Brooklyn based indie rock band, was celebrating the release of their new album, We Don’t Know Any Better, with a sold out show in front of a home-town crowd at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom. Shirtless, with just war paint and a pair of pants, Ezra Huleatt […]
The Beacon Theatre, New York, NY, 11.26.11 – On the middle night of a 3 night run of a very mini-tour which brought The Cure to New York City and LA, the Beacon Theatre was treated to 3 hours and 48 songs of music. The tour was called Reflections, and the band played their first […]
Terminal 5, NYC, 11.1.11 – On the last stop of their support for Evanescence in the US, before they hit the road for Europe for a month and then return to the states to open for Guns and Roses, The Pretty Reckless stopped in to 56th street at Terminal 5 to feature their new release […]
Irving Plaza, NYC, 10.26.11 – The first time I saw, or even heard of, G Love was back when he opened for Blues Traveler at Roseland in either 1994-1995, and I was hooked. There’s nothing showy about G Love. They are the perfect “chilling out” music, like sitting by the pool on a hot Saturday […]
With a release date in January set for their new album, Frank was looking for some band portraits to include in their upcoming promotional campaign. We met up at their studio in Gowanus Brooklyn and ventured out amongst a bustling background of weekend warriors.
Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC, 8.10.11 – They say alcohol has all types of victims. Band of Horses was scheduled to open a long series of dates for Kings of Leon this summer, until Caleb’s love for the bottle put an end to that. But Band of Horses refused to play victim. Instead they scrambled to put […]
Terminal 5, NYC, 5/19/2011 – 3 weeks and about 80 miles apart I shot School of Seven Bells for the second time as an opener. A few weeks ago I covered them as they opened for Interpol at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park and just 3 weeks later, the music remained the same but […]
Terminal 5, NYC, May 5, 2011 – There was a time when Bad Religion was bringing out an up-and-coming punk bad called Rise Against to support them on tour. Years later, it’s Rise Against in the role as headliner who end up bringing out their heroes to support them, Bad Religion. The mutual admiration by […]
Terminal 5, NYC, April 28, 2011 – The duo of Allsion Mosshart and Jamie Hince may give a first impression as being a bit unassuming; that’s until they take the stage. Backed by a drum machine and a stage presence you are only born with, you just can’t help feel a bit dirty at the […]
I will say I knew not much about the Neon Trees besides their current radio hit. This is one reason I love being a music photographer; bands like this surprise me. One of the great stage shows of the year, Tyler Glenn is the epitome of a rock front man. Plagued with heavy back-lighting […]
For what little I knew about Neon Trees, I knew much less about The Architects. How good could the opener to the opener really be? I sometimes skip the first band in a 3 band line-up but was glad I decided to get there in time for their set. Another great live band and I […]