Photos: Abby Anderson @ Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery

Singer-songwriter Abby Anderson opened for Rob Thomas on their Chip Tooth Smile Tour at the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery NE of Seattle. The Texas native and her three-member backing band played numerous songs from her I’m Good EP. Abby took a few minutes after her set – and the very long meet and greet line – for some casual portraits on the winery’s grounds.

Abby Anderson

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Photos: Buckcherry @ El Corazon

Buckcherry @ El Corazon, 6/12/19
Photos by John Rudolph

Buckcherry was so much fun at El Corazon in Seattle last night. My wife and I attended as fans and we were not disappointed. They always put on a great show and this small venue made it even more special.
Like any good photographer, I captured the action with my pocket camera and I’m glad that I did.
Buckcherry
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Cool Cover: Lo Boii’s SWEETER

Artist: Lo Boii
Details: New York’s Lo Boii have a release date of July 5th for their debut, Sex Doesn’t Sell…Anymore. First track to come out is “SWEETER,” whose cover shows off legs in sparkly fishnets crushing an ice cream cone. There must be shoes like this. Just wondering.

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Photos and Review: Neil Young with Promise of the Real

Neil Young @ the Paramount Theatre, 5/21/19
Photos by John Rudolph

Neil Young and Promise Of The Real played The Paramount on Tuesday, May 21st to a sold out, silver-fox, hippy crowd that was straight groovin’ to some ’60s tunes. The folk/rock icon wasn’t as overtly political as he was in the ’60s, but there was definitely a hint of it.  
Tuesday’s concert kicked off with Neil playing a series of songs alone, playing the piano and the guitar solo.  Young crushed 7 songs, including: “After the Gold Rush,” “Green Is Blue,” “Comes a Time,”and “Mother Earth (Natural Anthem).”  After he finished his solo, Promise Of The Real joined Neil on stage and completely rocked!  To be honest, I was pleasantly surprised how much Neil Young and Promise Of The Real could rock.  They didn’t stop for 20 songs – with 2 in the encore. 
Some fans were a little disappointed that Tuesday’s show was shorter than past shows, however, he played 3 shows in a row with 23 songs in Eugene. His show really wasn’t short for most performers, as Neil Young is known for his hours-long performances.
From start to finish, Neil was crazy energetic and he rocked the crowd as hard as any band half his age.   
Neil Young – photos by John Rudolph
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Photos: NAV @ Showbox SoDo

NAV @ Showbox SoDo, 5/28/19
Photos by Casey Brevig

The multi-talented Canadian rapper known as NAV (full name: Navraj Singh Goraya) performed at Showbox SoDo on May 28th. NAV’s a co-writer on all his tracks so far, and his second album, Bad Habits saw release just this March. As on his debut, Reckless, there’s quite the list of impressive producers: The Weeknd, DannyBoyStyles, and NAV himself. He’ll continue the Bad Habits Tour with American dates throughout June.

NAV – photo by Casey Brevig
NAV – photos by Casey Brevig
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