Final Big Summer Show with Bastille, Ok Go, Capital Cities, Royal Blood, Switchfoot, Bear Hands, J. Roddy Walston and The Business and Meg Myers

On September 26th, 2014, 105.7 The Point held their final Big Summer Show of 2014, which also happened to be the final show of the season at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. It was an absolutely perfect day for an outdoor concert and a great show to end the season.

The show featured Bastille, Ok Go, Capital Cities, Royal Blood, Switchfoot, Bear Hands, J. Roddy Walston and The Business and Meg Myers.

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St. Louis Blues Wallpaper

I have created a new St. Louis Blues wallpaper for download. I created this wallpaper a year or 2 ago, but never got around to releasing it. Since tonight is the first game of the St. Louis Blues 2013-2014 season, I thought it was a perfect opportunity.

There are Mobile, Widescreen and Retina versions included. If you would like any other sizes, feel free to contact me.

Enjoy!

Black Out The Sun Tour – Featuring Sevendust, Coal Chamber, Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red

Now that is how you put together a hard rock show. Sevendust capped off an amazing, non-stop show with newly reunited Coal Chamber, Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red at Pop’s in Sauget, IL.

The crowd wasted no time showing up for this one. Hundreds waited in line for the doors to open and by the time the first band, Candlelight Red, took the stage Pop’s was packed from the floor up to the balcony.

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Puscifer

For those that don’t know, Puscifer is a side project of Tool frontman, Maynard James Keenean. Carina Round (pics) provided vocals along side of Maynard and performed as the opening act. To say this show was interesting is an understatement. Can’t say that I expected to be trying to shoot around lawn furniture, so it is a good thing I had a long lens with me.

Maynard’s voice and the acoustics of the newly remodeled Peabody Opera House were an amazing combination. The vocals and instruments were crisp, clear and some of the best I have ever heard.

I photographed the show for PLAYBACK:stl and Bruce Matlock wrote an excellent review.

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