Canada’s own Bryan Adams played to a sold-out house at Casino Rama Resort as part of his “Ultimate Tour” on July 4, 2018. Fans were treated to a two-hour romp through the rockstar’s extensive catalog of hits.
If you’ve seen Every Time I Die before, you know it’s not a band to miss – they are tight as hell and put on a crazy show for their fans. This is a band that brings it all, every time they play!
I haven’t seen Terror in nearly 10 years so I was super-pumped when my interviews ended with just enough time for me to hustle to the Monster Energy stage, at Warped Tour’s Toronto stop, to get some awesome shots and see a band I’ve listened to for years. These guys know how to get a crowd going, and they didn’t care much for the signs on each stage that discourage moshing, no one in the audience seemed to care much either as they quickly formed a circle pit.
The Maine’s set on the Warhead Stage at Warped Tour’s Toronto stop, happened to be at the point in my day when I had about 10 minutes for photos before running to the media room to do back to back interviews, before running out again to check out Terror (stay tuned for the photo gallery).
We Are The In Crowd brought it to Vans Warped tour in Toronto on July 4th. We Are The In Crowd hit up the Warhead Stage and drew a huge crowd that they had moving in no time. These guys rocked out hard on a gorgeous, sunny day. I’m stoked to have had the chance to shoot We Are The In Crowd, they have an amazing stage presence that gets everyone in the crowd going.
K.Flay took the Boat Port stage at Toronto’s Warped Tour this July 4th. She’s coming up big in a genre dominated by men. Her tunes will make you think with their pensive mood, but her beats will make you dance your troubles away. K.Flay was a great set to start of my festival, she got me moving and grooving as I ran from stage to stage during the rest of the festival.
The 4onthefloor, a Minneapolis based quartet that infuses Delta Blues, Americana and a healthy dose of roadhouse rock, will release their new single, entitled “Hold”, on July 4th, 2011 via their Bandcamp. “Hold” tells a revolutionary tale, fitting for its Independence Day release date, in the band’s trademark 4/4 stompin’ time signature.