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Naked And Famous

The Naked & Famous in Boulder

Note: The Naked and Famous provided tickets to the show but all photos and words are mine.
I can't remember the last time I attended an event at Boulder Theater, much less photographed a show there. Honestly - the massive construction on Route 36 has severed the cord between Denver and Boulder for months and months. But I absolutely made the trek for The Naked And Famous recently; I love their music and had heard they are amazing live. I listened to "Passive Me, Agressive You" so many times - if it were a cassette tape it would have snapped. My young son Dex knows the lyrics to "Young Blood" by heart. Their latest album "In Rolling Waves" is catching up quickly in the playcount as well - it feels a bit more moody to me, which suits my mood oftentimes in the mornings.
Bombay Bicycle Club - Concert Photography

Bombay Bicycle Club

Note: The band provided tickets to the show but all words and photos are mine.
Sometimes I look through my concert calendar and notice that things are magically aligned. Much like when Bombay Music Club played Denver on my birthday this year. I have liked them for a long time, and I love their new album, "So Long, See You Tomorrow." What a perfect combination to head down to the Gothic to photograph the band *and* ask a bunch of friends to join the celebration.
The Wild After - Lesson Learned

“Lesson Learned” by The Wild After (Live)

One of the great things about the Denver music scene is how interconnected everyone is. The Wild After is a fairly new band who has just released their first EP. Two members are formerly of The Heyday. The bass player is from Churchill. The drummer also plays in Ivory Circle. They all have other things with other bands that I honestly can't remember right now. Plus they all are backing up Matt Hires on his tour that started last night at the Marquis Theater.
Trombone Shorty Denver Concert Photos

Trombone Shorty

Note: Trombone Shorty provided concert tickets but all photos and words are mine.
I remember falling in love with Trombone Shorty's debut album "Backatown" in 2010 - but he really became a household name around these parts when he performed on Joe King (from The Fray)'s solo album. Shorty's second album "Say What To This" is just as amazing and I was absolutely thrilled to photograph his Denver show. Trombone_Shorty_01

Katie Herzig Interview

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Wiredogs Video: “Am I The Resistance”

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Man Man Denver

Man Man – On Oni Pond

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