A few months ago we were packed into the Mountford Hall in Liverpool, now we’re packed into the First Direct Arena in Leeds to see songwriter George Ezra treat this sold-out crowd to a spellbinding performance. Check out Graham Finney’s photos from his set here.
Since their formation now over forty years ago, X has maintained a loyal fan base, which was never more evident than at The Observatory in Los Angeles with Los Lobos and The Blasters.
If you’re after a bit of a giggle, raunchy dancing girls and a soundtrack that will blow your rock socks off… this is the show for you…
Highly rated UK rock outfit Lonely The Brave treated fans to a special night in Nottingham as our photographer found out. Read our review and check out the photos here…
Toronto’s Brighter Brightest stopped by Ottawa’s Cafe Dekcuf whilst on tour with Lifestory:Monologue, and put on an outstanding show. They performed a bunch of songs from their recently released full length titled Right For Me, including the single “Everyday”. Amazing energy and killer set! We shot the energy on a Nikon D90, 14-24mm f/2.8.
Ottawa punk band Landslider performed a sick set as one of the openers for Sparrows and This Is A Standoff. This 4 piece band really started the night off on an amazing note, I’d love to see them again! Sickness shot with a Nikon D90, 14-24mm f/2.8.
Sparrows, a 4 piece band from Ottawa, Ontario, stopped in their hometown on the night of October 28th to perform while on tour with This Is A Standoff.
Imaginary Cities came all the way from Winnipeg to wow the audience with their music. It was something new for my ears that I quite enjoyed and highly recommend. Peep the pics shot via a Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8.
Having recently performed an amazing set at Ottawa’s very first “Feverfest”, The Murder Plans continue their summer festival performances with an early evening set at Bluesfest. One of my personal favourite local bands, their amazing energy and unique sound can only promise great things for them. Keep an eye out for this band; not just on the Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8 captured pics.