Sick Puppies @ Ace of Spade, Sacramento, October 2011.This was the first time I got to see Sick Puppies headline (after only seeing them open), and they killed it. I had been a fan since I saw them open for Flyeaf in 2007, and had only see them grow as performers. In 2007, only a few people knew who they were from their Free Hugs video, but when this show rolled around in 2011, the venue filled with fans were singing along to each and every song they played that night. It made me one proud fan. Their new album is awesome, and I can’t wait to see them again in a couple of weeks!
Sia Furler. This photo was taken at Outside Lands in 2011, and was the second time I had the chance to see her. Most people only know her from her collaborations with David Guetta and Rhianna, but if you ever have some time, please check out her solo work. Her live shows are incredible. She interacts with the crowd, and her presence is just fun and captivating. Even though she said she has retired from touring, I hope she does a couple of shows in support of her next album.
I’ve taken some time off from this project to figure out exactly what I want to do with it. Truth is, I have no idea. All I know is that I want to blog, and share my photos with other music fans and concert goers. So that’s what I’m going to do… or at least attempt to. Indecisiveness is a wonderful thing, isn’t it?
Carly and Ben, We Are The Fallen, Last Day Saloon, Santa Rosa, 2010
This one is a bit blurry, but I love how Carly’s tattoo stands out. This was the second and last time I got to see them (for now!). Both times they put on an amazing live set, but this one was a headline show, so I got to hear their entire album and then some. Can’t wait to see them again some day!