I have been a fan of Rachael Yamagata since the start of her career and photographed her several times as well - so when we got on the phone this week for an interview, I felt like I was talking to an old friend. That…
Denver band One Flew West has been around for several years now, and it's always awesome to see them live in concert. They were at the Bluebird Theater for the release of their new EP Trial and Error last week and the place was packed. Fellow Coloradans Silver & Gold and Compass & Cavern opened the night. The guys played a wide variety of tunes - including songs from the new EP (of course), older faves like "Kind of Love" and "Had It All," as well as a new one that lead singer Linden Jackson had written only a few days before. Videos are something this band is really good at - so be sure to check out their YouTube Channel. Especially since new videos of songs from the show are due out very soon. It's been amazing to watch One Flew West grow as a band. I am lucky to have photographed them several times before, but this was their first headlining show at the iconic east Colfax venue. Based on how much ass was kicked, I know there will be many more.
Concert Photos of One Flew West
It's be a few years since The Wombats visited us in Denver, and in the meantime they gifted us with a present for 2018: their fun new song, "Cheetah Tongue." The new album, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life (ain't that the truth) arrives on February 9th. If you have never seen a Wombats show, you will wonder why I was able to catch any of them standing still, at any moment, during the night, at all. Especially bassist Tord Øverland Knudsen. These guys are fun, loud, raucous and cheeky. The Denver crowd adored them and I also adore how much this band loves playing together. Openers Future Feats added a great element to the night. The Wombats tour heads back to Europe right now, but be sure to catch them when they come back to join Weezer and Pixies this summer.