The Extended Play – Fallout Shelter welcomed “The Sea The Sea” which includes Mira Costa and Chuck E. Costa on November 13, 2019.
A duo that Huffington Post described as “an Indie folk-pop duo with two of the loveliest male-female voices you might ever hear this or any other year.”
They were that and so much more!
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Rough Boys ! Tough Boys … Bad Boys … Yes those rough and tumble bad boys from Brown University … the Jabberwocks … that jammin’ a Cappella group hit the stage of Norwood High School’s A Cappella Night and tore it up .. then tore it down … It was a Party in the USA … They actually sang that song … no really!
I was recently asked to shoot a red carpet event for a house party. Now for this to work it would take a great hosts, killer clothes, willing guests and some pumping house music. And we had it all. Oh yea.
This was one of the coolest photography gigs I’ve ever been asked to do. Check out the video and you’ll be wicked jealous of all the fun we had!
You may have heard of Eileen Ivers. All-Ireland fiddle champ, member of the band in the show River Dance, the “Jimi Hendrix” of the violin on and on. She is inventive, incredible, funny, exciting and wicked good.
I had the opportunity to see her and her band play at the Cleveland Irish Festival in July 2009. When you realize the level of talent you are seeing it is even more amazing that she is so unassuming. Eileen is just at home with the Boston Pops as she is sitting with a few friends sharing fiddle tunes. And the audiences love her for it.
You know how much I enjoy shooting images of rock bands, probably because I understand where they are coming from and what they want the images I create to convey.
The Nowhere Men … who took their name from the Beatles song “Nowhere Man” is a great group of guys. They are not into looking like the Beatles, but it’s uncanny how much they move like the band when they are performing.
It was getting cold outside on the day of our shoot which added just the right look of a cold strggling “early 60’s” Beatles.
We had a great time and the band loved the images… I’m happy
I’ve photographed The Dons many times, I seen their performances mature and the members gain confidence. But this night I noticed something, the band was Working, really working for the audience. And the audience was eating it up.
You know it when you see it too, the band actually smiles a little less and that my friend is a sign of confidence and concentration.
This is a great band and a real treat to photograph