“Louder Together” was the theme of the Outcry Tour, which congregated an amazing lineup of Christian musicians for a night of worship with others in St. Louis. For those who follow the genre, it was a stacked lineup featuring some of the most influential worship bands currently operating (Hillsong United, Passion Band, Bethel Music) supplemented by a slew of talented artists (Kari Jobe, Trip Lee, Lauren Daigle, DJ Promote).
Before their evening show at the Old Rock House, Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear fit an in-store performance into their already packed day (heading to the store right after a KDHX in-studio session). Their debut album Skeleton Crew is out now and judging by the buzz around their sound and performances, it was a great treat to say we got to see the duo in such an intimate environment at Vintage Vinyl.
Recently I had the neat experience of shooting Veruca Salt‘s Meet & Greet at The Ready Room during their recent tour supporting Ghost Notes. With the opportunity to partake in a private performance from the band and get photos afterwards, it made for a pretty sweet afternoon for die-hard fans.
Winding down a stint on this year’s Warped Tour, the gentlemen of Night Riots made another stop through STL and were kind of enough to let me hang backstage and get some shots as they prepped to perform on the Journeys Stage that day.
If you want to hop in the time machine and check out photos from their previous show with K. Flay at the Demo, head over here.