Musings from the laundromat: Music in Black & White
I’ve been on a few tangents this morning – wondering what to write about.
I was going to do a ‘memory lane’ type post – which had me looking at some photos from the past, then focused on concert photos – and finally playing with those photos and making them black and white. Yes, I took them – yes, I intended for the grainy/newspaper clipping effect.
Without further ado – here are some of my favorite ones. Hope you enjoy!
I saw Poison twice in the 80’s, so when Bret came into town – I had to share some nostalgia with my son – who happened to be just about the age I was when I saw Poison. Crazy!
Definitely at the top of my list for performances. She’s amazing – and gorgeous.
The Summerland Tour:
One of my favorite nights ever – the bands co-mingled, the energy was high – my son was with me.
Lit joined by John of Marcy Playground:
Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray doing … I’m not sure what, with Lit:
Jesse Valenzuela – getting a little help (he does not need help)
Mark McGrath and Robin Wilson:
John of Marcy Playground, playing on Sugar Rays stage
My favorite photo from that night, Nic, learning how to ‘concert’ like his mom. 🙂
The photo I obviously did not take – Robin Wilson and I hug it out.
The one, the only, Terri Nunn
Posted on November 17, 2013, in Photography & Art, Uncategorized and tagged A. Jay Popoff, Art Alexakis, Berlin, black and white, bret michaels, concert photos, gin blossoms, Gwen Stefani, Jesse Valenzuela, John Wozniak, lit, Marcy Playground, photography, robin wilson, sugar ray, summerland tour, Terri Nunn. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Thank you, my beautifully executed friend. X