By the time Johnny Northrup took the stage, you could sense a change coming.
Jonny Pape’s Moe’s Lounge performance commanded attention.
Phil Wisdom has a masterful way with a pop hook.
An early show at Moe’s Lounge started with Gregory Kasabian stripping down his songs for the folks in Radio’s basement.
It’s a beautiful, sunny, late summer day and Jesse Dee is playing on the Charles River? I’m in.
Old Soldiers Of The Prairie War churned out a set of gritty Americana-tinged rock n’ roll at The Middle East.
The music of Brian Carpenter And The Confessions rises from the fields at night.
Black Fortress Of Opium wove a beautiful tapestry of sound that draped The Middle East stage in intricate textures.
Seabrook Power Plant are bananas.
I’ve been posting up a bunch of One Night Band 4 pictures, but I wanted to tie up a few loose ends.