Saturday, December 15, 2012

12-12-12 At Music City Roots you got what you needed

                                       12-12-12 At Music City Roots you got what you needed

 By Butch Worrell,
       Nashville, TN

 Music City Roots, live on Wednesday night from the world famous Loveless Café, is a combined Radio/live internet show that showcases diverse musical genres.
Hosted by Jim Lauderdale, it features 5 segments of artists, with a “Loveless” super jam for a finale. This show featured Bill Mize, Annabelle’s Curse, Michael Super Granda (think Ozark Mountain Daredevils), Langhorne Slim, and Paul McDonald. Everyone of these Artists rocked the crowd with their unique musical talents. And the finale was an incredible cover of “You can’t always get what you want” capping off a night of music that gave you just what you needed. Jim Lauderdale and Keith Bilbrey

Friday, December 14, 2012

Warren Haynes Christmas Jam Pre-Jam

Gregg Allman and Warren Haynes
Each year around Christmas time, Warren Haynes organized a benefit concert in his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina.  The Warren Haynes Christmas Jam benefits Habitat for Humanity.  This year's performers include, Sheryl Crow, String Cheese Incident, Blind Boys of Alabama, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Warren Haynes Band.

Tune in now to hear the live stream from the private Pre-Jam.

Contribute to Habitat for Humanity via the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

12-12-12 The Concert for Sandy Relief

Bruce Springsteen

Tonight, nearly 2 billion people are tuning in around the world to watch and listen to one of the most epic concerts in the history of the United States.  The lineup of performers include some of the best performers of our time.  Tune in live now!  Do not forget to contribute to the Robin Hood Fund which is the benefactor of tonight's concert to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.  Performers of tonight's concert include Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Dave Grohl, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Taylor Swift, Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Kanye West, The Who, Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones.

Snoop Dogg Performs at Belly Up in San Diego

Snoop with DJ Artistic performed for a small crowd (600 capacity) at The Belly Up in Solana Beach, California. Both nights sold out in under 5 minutes and everyone in San Diego was scrambling to see the show. Snoop dropped all the classics and also played some Snoop Lion tracks off the new album Reincarnated. The green room was fittingly named on this particular occasion. The lighting wasn't great at the show due to Snoops request to "dim it izup." Check Snoop out at selected small venue locations throughout the U.S before he goes back to the arena/festival tour.

Images by Doug Siegel

Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Allman Brothers Band at All Good Festival

Happy Birthday Gregg Allman!

Gregg Allman
Yesterday Gregg Allman turned 65 yesterday.  To begin Concert Photos Magazine's release of galleries from the 2012 All Good Festival, we are starting with The Allman Brothers Band July 21, 2012 performance.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Lamb Of God, In Flames, Hellyeah and Sylosis report

Lamb Of God
In Flames
Sylosis Concert
At The Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, MI.

We were looking forward to seeing the show because of the great line-up.  Lamb Of God we’ve seen twice before and knew that they put on a great show.  Sylosis and Inflames we haven’t heard that much their music but looked forward to hearing them live.

Hellyeah we’ve been waiting to see for a long time.  We are both big time Pantera fans and Hellyeah fans as well.  While we were driving to the concert we listened to some Pantera music.

We couldn’t wait to get to The Orbit Room.  As we were pulling in to park we noticed the very long line waiting to get in.  We found out this was a sold out show.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Electric Hot Tuna - Beacon Theater, NYC 11.30.12

Images and article by Bill Kelly

Following last years huge 70th birthday bash for Jorma, Hot Tuna returned to the Beacon Theater supported by an impressive group of guest including stalwarts Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, along with G.E. Smith, Cindy Cashdollar, Lincoln Schleifer, Steve Kimmock and Telecaster master Bill Kirchen.  

Monday, November 26, 2012

Deftones Tour 2012

Deftones return to Southern California for two great nights of music in San Diego and Los Angeles before heading over seas to finish out their tour. Both shows sold out in under five minutes and were filled to the brim with enthusiastic fans. There will be a feature next month with Warner Brothers Records about the Deftones Tour and our (WBR) video coverage..check it out!

Images by Doug Siegel


Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Ludacris at Bonnaroo

Christopher Bridges, known to the world as Ludacris, played to a rousing a near 25,000 person crowd at last summer’s Bonnaroo Festival on June 8, 2012 at This Tent.  Born in Illinois and raised in Atlanta, the hip-hop artist is part of the Dirty South music genre.  The rapper has won three Grammy awards, appeared in numerous films, and owns several companies including his own Cognac liquor brand.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Brantley Gilbert: Hell On Wheels Tour

Hell on Wheels is Brantley Gilbert's first tour as a headliner.   After writing songs that have vaulted other artists to fame before him and touring relentlessly for the last 5 years, it was Brantley's turn to be in the limelight. He came out to "My Kinda Party", a song he wrote for Jason Aldean, and never let up for the remainder of the show.  Brantley demonstrated to the packed house at Freedom Hall that he was more than capable of being the main attraction. 

Monday, November 12, 2012

Metalocalypse: Dethklok, Machine Head, All That Remains and The Black Dahlia Murder

Machine Head
All That Remains
The Black Dahlia Murder

This show took place 11-11-12 at The Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  The 11th was Veterans Day and also National Metal Day.  “What a way to celebrate National Metal Day,” I figured.

Remembering the people who served our country was important to remember also.  Thanking veterans and remembering the ones who gave their life defending our country was also on my mind.

Trey Anastasio - TAB at the Beacon

Images and article by Bill Kelly

Trey Anastisio - TAB at the Beacon Theater, NYC October 26th

Phish frontsman Trey Anastasio played to an enthusiastic, sold out crowd at New York’s historic Beacon Theater on October 26th.  Touring his recently released album “Travler” Anastasio was backed by an eight piece band including Natalie Cressman on Trombone, Ray Paczkowski on Keyboards and Tony Markellis on drums as well as Cyro Baptista on percussions, joining the lineup for the first time since 2006.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Moog Music Factory

Concert Photos Magazine takes you on an inside tour of Moog Music Inc. factory in downtown Asheville, North Carolina.  Electronic and musical pioneer Bob Moog left a legacy of inventions that changed the progression of modern music.  Bob Moog's genius spearheaded to the world portable analog synthesizers among other creations.  Tonight starts the third annual Moogfest festival in Asheville which features many genres of musicians who utilize Moog Music's instruments and other sound equipment.

Minimoog Voyager at Moog Music Factory

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Now And Forever by Sister Sin

Now And Forever
By Sister Sin
Album Review

Sister Sin has a quality of the 80’s metal bands and modern metal also.  The lead singer’s vocals has the power of Joan Jett.  But also has the vocal metal smoothness of a female Dio. 

The vocals blend so smooth with any metal riff and drums.  Holding the notes on vocals as long as she wants.  The guitar playing no matter what song on this album I really like. 

The guitar playing is unique on each song so it doesn’t sound the same.  That’s perfect for this album so people don’t get bored with the same sound on each song.  Bass and drums blend in smoothly to make this band great.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Seether, Kyng and Eye Empire,The Triple Threat Tour

Kyng, Eye Empire
At The Orbit Room,
Grand Rapids, Michigan

My son and I working as a team made it to The Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan early.  While we were waiting in line for an hour we ran into friend we met at Five Finger Death Punch.  As we report more and more shows we make friends along the way.

All of them have great taste in music. That’s why we keep running into them at shows.  Before the show we talked a while about up coming shows at The Orbit Room.  Lately The Orbit Room has been lining up some great rock and metal shows.

So far this year we’ve been to The Orbit Room three times and plan to be back two more times at least.  The Orbit Room is a great place to go for a concert.  Usually before or after bands sets are done they’ll hang out at the band’s merchandise booth.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Smashing Pumpkins at Viejas Arena

The Smashing Pumpkins returned to San Diego on October 13th to play for an enthusiastic crowd at SDSU's Viejas Arena. The first set was their new album, Oceana, in its entirety. The new album shows Corgan's maturity in the music business, and features the depth of the Pumpkins' musical talents.  Billy has always said he gets bored playing Gish and Siamese Dream tracks and is moving in new directions. The Oceana set sounded less melancholy than previous works, with complex rifts and melodies that old school Pumpkins fans seemed to enjoy. The second set was all of the classics. Billy seemed to be in a great mood on this fall night towards the end of The Smashing Pumpkins Oceana tour. We were not allowed to shoot from the pit at this show. The floor was packed and I forgot my zoom, but still got a few photos to exhibit.

Images by Doug Siegel

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Words by Izzy War
Vermont band Grace Potter and the Nocturnals played Asheville’s Orange Peel on October 4th.  They are known for their fiery live shows and their eclectic sound recalling 70’s classic rock.  The five piece band with songstress Grace Potter at the helm has been touring consistently since their inception almost 10 years ago. 
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals

Sunday, October 14, 2012


At The Orbit Room
Grand Rapids, Michigan

When I heard that Pop Evil was putting on a show at The Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, Michigan it sounded like a concert to go to.   When I told my friends at work they thought I was crazy to go but probably would do the same thing.  After working 12 hours I hurried out of work and picked up my son to assist me in covering the concert.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Happy 87th Birthday to the Grand Ole Opry

By Butch Worrell Nashville, TN 87 years ago the Grand Ole Opry began it’s Saturday night radio broadcast, bringing the sound of country music to millions of fans.
A tradition that continues today in the same format with 30 minute segments hosted by Opry stars. A sense of family prevails among the stars and workers which makes this show unique. Tonight’s show featured Ricky Scaggs, Little Jimmy Dickens (still trucking on at 91 years young), the Whites, Ray Stevens, Riders in the Sky, Jason Aldean, Casey James, Mallery Hope, and Steve Warnier. The cake was rolled out by long time stagehand Gary leverett, son of the famous Opry photographer Les Leverett. Family counts backstage at the Opry.

Friday, October 5, 2012

BRUCE - MetLife Stadium 9/22-23 Happy Birthday Boss

Images and article by Bill Kelly
 63 years old.
 When most of us think of this milestone, images of quiet family dinners,  maybe a round of golf and, if lucky enough, pop a little blue pill and try your luck with the Mrs.  But not Bruce Springsteen - Playing before a sold out crowd that had waited through a 2+ hour rain delay, Bruce took the stage at home state New Jersey’s MetLife stadium and powered through a 33 song set, hitting the last note at 2:00am.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Citizen Cope at The House of Blues in San Diego

Images by Doug Siegel

Matisyahu at Humphrey's By The Bay in San Diego

Matisyahu played at Humphrey's By the Bay in San Diego on September 19, 2012. I have not seen Matisyahu since he changed his look and I didn't recognize him until I heard the same Matisyahu voice and realized he has chopped his hair and his beard. Matis played for a large crowd by the bay and played all the classics and several songs off his newest album Spark Seeker.

Images by Doug Siegel

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Red Hot Chili Peppers Return to San Diego

The Red Hot Chili Peppers perform in San Diego for another sold out performance at The Valley View Casino Center. The band was up to their usual antics of jumping around the stage and getting great crowd interaction. I got to interview Flea pre-show and I must say his brand of sarcasm is right up my alley. It turns out we were both surfing the same beach before the show. This show was re-scheduled from several months ago as Anthony Kiedis broke his leg. The setlist was great as they played a little bit off every one of their albums including the songs "Otherside, Under the Bridge, Around the World, Sir Psycho Sexy, By the Way." The sound quality was very good for an arena show and their stage setup was impeccable with several large monitors playing real time band videos.

Images by Doug Siegel

My Morning Jacket Three Night Run in Los Angeles

My Morning Jacket played three nights in a row in Los Angeles, CA at The Wiltern Theater. They played no repeats and rocked almost every song in their catalog plus covers such as "Rocket Man" and "Rock the Casbah." After photographing over 300 bands this year (mostly at Festivals), MMJ is one of my top 5 live bands. They only seem to be getting better and more dynamic with their live performances. I met people from all over the country who came to this three night run for some live MMJ. Good times were had by all.

Images by Doug Siegel

Monday, September 24, 2012

Farm Aid 2012

The 27th annual Farm Aid took place in Hershey Pa. this year. A full day of music that started around 2:30 pm and went till close to midnight. Scaled back some from the first Farm Aid that had 54 bands and 78,000 fans. The Hershey show had 12 bands, 30,000 fans (sold out). Still they have brought in just  over 40 million dollars over the years to help the small farmer.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Elton John: Greatest Hits Tour

Elton John returned to perform at Johnson City's Freedom Hall on September 16th after a 12 year hiatus. Freedom Hall has had its share of big acts (Aerosmith, The Eagles, Elvis Presley) but Elton John was the biggest act to perform there in quite some time. Needless to say the show sold out in a matter of hours.  The crowd was certainly appreciative of having a performer of that magnitude come to their small town and they showed it! 

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

My Darkest Days with Otherwise, Surrender The Fall and Deadwood Stone

My Darkest Days
Surrender The Fall
Deadwood Stone
The Intersection, Grand Rapids, Michigan

On Monday we decided to go to the Intersection in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  If you have never been to the Intersection you’re missing out on seeing your favourite bands perform up close.  This was the third time we covered shows at the Intersection for that reason.

Before seeing the show we viewed all of the bands on youtube to listen to their music.  Videos and sound tracks don’t do any of the bands justice after hearing them live.  All four bands sounded great live.

RockStar Energy Upraor Festival Noblesville, Indiana Sept 8th 2012 at Klipsch Music Center

Despite being over and hour late to the venue thanks to construction traffic, we managed to see most of the bands and get all of our interviews done. Walking in, Klipsch is packed like I’ve never seen. People milling around between the vendors and stages all seem to be in good spirits as everyone shares the same motive for the day: enjoy some bad ass music. Squeezing all those people into that small of a space may seem like it would be a problem but the combined excitement and anticipation of everyone there kinda makes you overlook the drunken douchebags walking around spilling beer on everything and slurring all their words. All in all it’s a great atmosphere to be a part of.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Gwar and Devildriver with the Cancer Bats On the Fate or Chaos Tour 2012

           Check Back For Photos From the Novmber 23rd Show at Harpos in Detroit Michigan. 
California metal rockers DEVILDRIVER are preparing to hit the road one final time in North America in support of their latest release BeastThe tour is scheduled to kick off October 7th in Grand Junction, Colorado with a string of headlining dates before the band meets up with GWAR on October 12th in Philadelphia, PA to start the “Fate or Chaos” tour.  DEVILDRIVER will also play select headline dates during off days of the tour with GWAR.  A complete list of tour dates can be found below.

Kiss And Motley Crue "The Tour" Sept 1st 2012

Walking into the venue the air is electric with the anticipation and excitement of fans waiting to get in. People are tailgating in the parking lot and while waiting in line to get in. Amongst the droves of waiting fans there are several dressed as various member of KISS. Their costumes range from face paint to full on outfits. It’s hot and humid but everyone seems to be happy to be there and to see the legendary show.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Brantley Gilbert

This year headlining at the Illinois State Fair was Brantley Gilbert an up and coming, rising Country music superstar. He put on an excellent show and really knew how to work the crowd!

Charlie Daniels Band

At this year's Illinois State Fair a country legend was there - The Charlie Daniels Band! At 75 years old, he came out in a firestorm and took the crowd over and gave them a great show! He owned that fiddle like crazy, strapped on a guitar and tore that up also, just incredible.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Carnival Of Madness

Carnival Of Madness
Rock The Rapids,
Grand Rapids, Michigan

I decided to surprise my family with vip passes to the Carnival Of Madness tour.  The closest show was at Rock The Rapids, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Which we covered Uproar Festival 08-21-2012 and knew how good it was and where everything was located.

I mainly bought the vip passes as part of my daughter’s birthday present for her 17th birthday.  Her favorite groups Cavo, Halestorm, Chevelle, and Evanescence were all going to be there.  They all inspire her to play guitar and violin, but most of all Amy Lee of Evanescence and Lizzie Hale of Halestorm.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

LIONIZE Announce Tour With Streelight Manifesto and Clutch

Check Back for Photos
Washington, DC quartet LIONIZE are pleased to announce that they will be spending this fall on tour with Streetlight Manifesto, as well as playing select dates with Maryland rockers CLUTCH.  The first leg of the tour kicks off October 16th in Toronto and runs through October 28th in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  Following those dates LIONIZE will join up with CLUTCH for a string of shows kicking off Halloween night in Flint, MI and wrapping up on November 4th in Detroit, MI.  After a short break the band will return to the road with Streetlight Manifesto on November 13th in Portland, OR through December 7th in Sacramento, CA.  A complete list of dates can be found below.

Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival

Rockstar Energy Drink
Uproar Festival
Rock The Rapids, Grand Rapids Michigan.

My Son and I never went to the outdoor festival called Rock The Rapids.  Rock The Rapids is located behind the VanAndel Arena, in the large open parking lot.  This location makes for a great outdoor event.

We both wanted to see the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival.  Because of the great line-up of five great sounding bands it made the show complete and amazing.  The first thing I have to say is that all the bands could have headlined each other.

Monday, August 20, 2012

The Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival dates and preview.


The time is upon us once again. What time is it you ask its time for The Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival. With a Killer line up this year the festival can’t fail. The third annual Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival will kick off August 17 in Kansas City, MO.  Wrapping September 30 in Albuquerque, NM. Please check below for the current tour dates, cities and venues.

Hank III Performs at The House of Blues in San Diego

Hank III, also know as Shelton Hank Williams, is the son of Hank Williams Jr. and grandson of Hank Williams. While Hank III has country in his blood, he also has a healthy dose of Punk, Rock-a-Billy, Honky Tonk and Metal up his sleeves. This week has been quite long after working Phish and Outside Lands in San Francisco. My intention on covering Hank III was to get my photos done and leave to go get some well deserved rest. I found myself watching the entire show as the crowd and the band leaves you yearning for more. Hank III delivered catchy riffs, a diverse and talented set with the antics of a full on rock star. If you enjoy any of the genres previously mentioned, Hank III is a must see show.

Images by Doug Siegel

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Black Stone Cherry concert report

Black Stone Cherry
With Stellar Revival, R’eaul,
Pass Of Aggression at
The Intersection, Grand Rapids, Michigan

The concert blindsided me it was a last minute show to go see.  I entered another contest put on by local radio station WGRD 97.9.  I won two tickets to the show along with meet and greets.

 We were brought in for sound check with Black Stone Cherry.   A crowd of people all went with us that won tickets also.  The band offered to play three songs just for us which sounded great.

The band hung out with the crowd afterwards letting people talk and get autographs with the band.   I really enjoyed a casual style of meet and greet it was more down to earth that way.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Spin Doctors

The 90's Supergroup Spin Doctors was the saturday headliner at this years largest free street festival held in downtown Decatur Illinois called The Decatur Celebration.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Five Finger Death Punch Trespass America Tour

Five Finger Death Punch
Trespass America Festival
Kellogg Arena, Battlecreek,

The good thing about arriving at the Kellogg Arena I parked right next to the arena.  They offer a parking garage attached to the Arena along with an indoor lobby area.  It was in the low 90’s that day so it was nice for the first time to wait inside where it was air conditioned.

I found out early that my cell phone only worked outside the lobby once inside I had no reception, which ruined our hopes for most interviews.  We did anchor one interview with John Outcalt the bass player for God Forbid.
The interview went great and we made John laugh at some of the questions we asked.

After the interview we made our way back to will call to get our VIP, photo passes and tickets.  Again it was air conditioned and in the winter it’s heated which is a plus for going to see a show.  You also have a Starbuck’s shop inside for eats and drinks which we stopped at.

Lindsey Buckingham at the Franklin Theatre

By Butch Worrell
      Nashville, TN

It is a rare occasion to see such a rock icon in such a small venue.  

The show sold out quickly despite the high ticket prices. But he did not let the audience down.  It was a great show by a great artist at a great venue.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Roger Waters The Wall Live

Words and Photos by David Oppenheimer

Rogers Waters has resurrected Pink Floyd's The Wall for a 2012 tour.  Well noted for being an extravagant performance of historic rock and roll combined with top-notch theatrical effects, Roger Waters' The Wall Live tour has amazed fans in four continents across the globe.  This is the first time since 1990 that the full album has been performed by the band or its members.
Roger Waters

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Steve Kimock with Bernie Worrell, Wally Ingram, and Andy Hess

Bernie Worrell and Steve Kimock
Steve Kimock with Bernie Worrell, Wally Ingram, and Andy Hess performed together this summer including
 a stop at The Grey Eagle in Asheville, North Carolina.  The small club was packed to see the
 four musicians with diverse musical backgrounds.  Steve Kimock brought a large array of
 guitars including one pedal steel and switched offed frequently.  The quartet melded well with
 Kimock singing melodies with his fingers.  Wally Ingram stayed sharp on drums despite the
 thick hot air in the back of the club by the stage.  Andy Hess put down a subtle yet heavy-toned
 bass.  Bernie Worrell, a true living legend, burned a funky twist into the jams that kept the feet
 moving.  Seeing such a barrage of talent combine for summer night of entertainment was a
 great treat for those who came.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Sublime with Rome, Cypress Hill & Pepper-- Smoke the Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in San Diego

Sublime w Rome, Cypress Hill and Pepper brought their "A" game to Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in San Diego, California on July 27th, 2012. After not getting to bear witness to these acts in quite a while, the bands dazzled the crowd and played all of the classics from "Rock Superstar" to "What I Got." The bands talked about all of the good times spent in the San Diego area. It was also clear that the San Diego crowd has spent a lot of time listening to them over the years as the entire crowd sings "Summertime."

I was able to see these bands more than a decade ago and honestly thought they sound better now. It was definitely overheard that most people thought Rome has a very amazing and intense voice that sounds very close to the late Bradley of Sublime. This show was a blast from the past in a very good and uplifting way. Check them out at an amphitheater near you!

Images by Doug Siegel

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival

Rock Star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival
At First Midwest Bank Ampitheatre
Tinley Park, Illinois

This was the third year my family took vacation and went to the Mayhem Festival.  Most families usually go to fun parks in the summer but not mine.  The Rock star Energy Drink Mayhem Festival is a sonic thrill ride that is 10 times more enjoyable.

This is the third year my family and I invested in the Mayhem Festival.  Setting aside money and planning vacation time if needed to be ready for the Festival.  My son and I work as a team reporting the show.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Counting Crows at Williamsburg Waterfront - Brooklyn NY

Images and article by Bill Kelly

Joined by openers Kasey Anderson and the Honkies, Field Report and We Are Augustines, the Counting Crows brought the second leg of their Outlaw Roadshow to Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Waterfront.  Another of those formerly forlorn, desolate and forgotten neighborhoods, Williamsburg is now a vibrant area featuring several great music venues (Brooklyn Bowl, Williamsburg Music Hall to name a few), restaurants and art galleries. 

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Craig Morgan - The Henningsens - Tyler Hartry

As the title suggests this was a good old fashioned country music show featuring three great acts held on a hot summers night in Decatur, Illinois at the Macon County Fairgrounds.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Granny Whites at the Lipstick Lounge

By Butch Worrell Nashville, TN

 The Granny Whites recently  played one of Nashville’s coolest nightclubs, The Lipstick Lounge.
The Granny Whites are a five member, all female band that if you give them a chance, will definitely steal your face. A little bit rock, a little bit folk with a whole lot of soul, they rocked out the Lipstick lounge that night. In their own words they are….. JK Camardella (uke, guitar, banjo, vocals) , Daphne Culver (guitar, piano, accordion,vocals) Jacki Macri (mindblowing drums, washboard other percussion instruments) Rometrius North (bass guitar, guitar, sax, clarinet) Anna Bethany Hogue (vocals, tambourine, spoons, did we mention vocals?!)
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