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Frank Turner @ Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC – 3.2.10

Mar. 5, 2010 | Concert Photography

Frank Turner was the second act for the Flogging Molly show at Hammerstein Ballroom. Frank delivered a great set filled with folk punk anthems that got the crowd moving, clapping, and singing along. I never saw Frank Turner before and glad to finally have seen his live act!
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The Cranberries @ Nokia Theatre, NYC – 11.18.09

Dec. 4, 2009 | Concert Photography

The Cranberries have reunited, and it’s about time too! I bought tickets to their New York City show last month but I was hoping I was going to get a photo pass. I tried and I tried, e-mail a ton of people seeing if they wanted coverage. Nada. I decided to try for myself last minute (i.e. 3pm day of the show) and at 5pm I had a photo pass!
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Young Dubliners @ Blender Theater at Gramercy, NYC – 9.10.09

Sep. 20, 2009 | Concert Photography

It’s been a year since last seeing one of my favorite Celtic rock bands, The Young Dubliners from California. They released a new album Saints and Sinners back in February, and it’s still being constantly played on my iPod like I just heard it for the first time. But now it was time to see the band perform those songs live at Blender Theater in New York City.
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Seven Nations @ Blender Theater at Gramercy, NYC – 9.10.09

Sep. 18, 2009 | Concert Photography

Seven Nations were the opening act for Young Dubliners at Blender Theater at Gramercy last Thursday in New York City. Their mixture of Celtic, rock n roll, and country folk were a perfect combination for an opening act for the Young Dubs.
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Carbon Leaf @ Highline Ballroom, NYC – 5.27.09

Jun. 10, 2009 | Concert Photography

I have never seen Carbon Leaf before but they put on one hell of a show! I liked their performance at the Highline Ballroom so much, I’ll be seeing them again on July 17th at the Loft in Poughkeepsie, NY. The band is currently on tour to support their newest album “Nothing Rhymes with Woman,” which is out on Vanguard Records. The album is similar to Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat and that’s not a bad thing at all!
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