Struts Rock the New Norm !!

On a cool evening in Philadelphia, The Struts launched the first of many live music events while practicing the new norm during this pandemic.  It made sense to have The Struts open as the city of Philadelphia has adopted this band with this being their Read More …

Robinson Brothers Flock To Philly

The Brothers Robinson call a cease fire! One of Rock’s dynamic duos have put aside their personal grievances and decided to get back together for 2020.  An extended tour is planned to celebrate 30 years since the release of The Black Crowes’ debut album Shake Read More …

Des Rocs – Music’s New Bad Boys

Episode 3 (In which our Hero returns to the City of Brotherly Love) – “We’re Des Rocs, and we’re not fuckin’ around”. This was the last sentence lead singer Danny Rocco yelled as he was about to launch himself from the bass drum.  The last Read More …

Lowkey In Love with The Struts!

The City of Brotherly Love has embraced The Struts since they first started playing the States and were ready to entertain the lucky 5,000 who could get tickets to the two SOLD OUT shows at The Fillmore.  If you follow the rabid fan account “Strutters” Read More …

The Distillers – 3rd Time’s the Charm!!

After a couple of false starts, The Distillers finally played Philly this year, and they did not disappoint.  The Union Transfer was packed from the stage to the back wall, including the horseshoe balcony.  Kicking off their “Fall” tour, which features dates only for two Read More …

Knotfest Roadshow – Heavy Metal Mayhem in Camden

What has become a tradition, Slipknot once again brought their traveling Metal circus to the Philadelphia area.  This year’s line up had a special European flavor with Behemoth, Gojia, and Volbeat providing a Metal Musical Spectacle for the ages. Kickstarting the show was the blackened Read More …

Santana & The Doobie Brothers – A Supernatural Night

Celebrating the 20th year anniversary of its initial release, Carlos Santana brought the Supernatural to the BB&T pavilion.  The night featured a double bill of legendary bands The Doobie Brothers opened for Santana.  Playing to a packed house, the crowd was ready for some classic Read More …

Knopfler – A Maestro at The MET

Mark Knopfler brought musical mastery to a sold-out Metropolitan Opera House (The MET) in Philadelphia.  Backed by a massive 11-piece band it seemed only fitting to have such artist in one of Philadelphia’s premier historic buildings. Knopfler’s performance was a modern-day symphonic performance. Opening with Read More …

Des Rocs – A Jumpin’ Jack Flash in Philly

I met Des Rocs in the bowels of the Lincoln Financial Field, I was on assignment to shoot his performance tonight which just happened to be in front of 60,000 people as he was opening for The Rolling Stones on this stop of the No Read More …

Train Delivers in Philly

An immense train started as the venue darkened, with the familiar chug chug of the engine, the stage filled with smoke as headlights could be seen breaking through the “fog”. The band finally took the stage to screaming fans as the silhouette of Patrick Monahan Read More …