With a long line of fans stretching down N. Gore, Euclid Records hosted a private performance and signing with Wilco prior to their evening show at the Fox Theatre. Enjoy a sample of photos from the event below and special thanks to Euclid Records for inviting me out to shoot!
Country megastar Dierks Bentley released his latest album, Black, during his stop in St. Louis and the singer and 150 fans packed into Vintage Vinyl for an acoustic mid-day performance and meet and greet.
You know the crowd at Scottrade Center was in for a theatrical night with both twenty one pilots and Mutemath in tow. Continue reading
The Warped Tour steamrolled through St. Louis for another installment and 2016 made for my fourth time shooting the festival. (For whatever reason, I was previously on a cadence of shooting Warped every other year, but was glad to break that pattern and finally shoot back-to-back years.)
For those who have been to Warped, you know what to expect: hot temperatures, tons of walking to try and see as many bands as you can, and getting close up to some crazy high energy sets. As I get older, the long day becomes more of a challenge to keep up with, but it’s always a great event for concert photographers.
The first half of the day I captured is below and we’ll be back with a second set in a bit.
The Family Arena in St. Charles was packed as Brian Wilson (joined by special guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chapman) brought along an amazing backing band to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds.