Thursday, August 27, 2015

Spirit of KC Fest at Crossroads

Saturday night we took a jaunt over to Crossroads KC at Grinders for Pipeline Productions' and 90.9 The Bridge's event "Spirit of KC Fest".  The show featured all local bands across several genres including: rock, blues and country.  The lineup featured Brody Buster, She's a Keeper, The Latenight Callers, The Grisly Hand, The Rainmakers, and Samantha Fish.

Things got going around 6 with Brody Buster.  We made it in the gate just as She's a Keeper was wrapping up their set and the Latenight Callers getting set up.

The weather was a bit on the steamy side until the sun went down.  After that it was just about perfect.

By the time the Rainmakers hit the stage, the venue was near capacity.  It was an incredible showing of support for a wide variety of bands from the area.  An appreciative crowd partied and danced it out until the midnight curfew with Samantha Fish closing out the evening.

*Note:  I've got a couple rolls of 35mm film I shot for this show however, the new scanner hasn't arrived yet so those images will go up as a later post.

Here's some images:

The Latenight Callers

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The Grisly Hand

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The Rainmakers

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Samantha Fish

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Monday, August 24, 2015

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue at Power and Light

A couple weeks back, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue put on an incredible show to a packed KC Live stage at Power and Light.  The nearly two hour set featured high-energy jazz, funk, New Orleans flavored tunes led by Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews and his backing band Orleans Avenue.  In addition to being an incredible trombonist, Shorty is also an accomplished trumpeter and vocalist.  He's a man of many talents and the show is one you don't want to miss.

Here some images from the show:

















Thursday, August 13, 2015

Pomeroy Reunion at Voodoo Lounge

Back on July 31, local pop, funk, rock group Pomeroy ended their five year hiatus with a show at the Voodoo lounge. Performing two, thirteen song sets spanning their entire catalog, Pomeroy put on a two hour show to an appreciative crowd.

I've also got audio of most of the show also.  Once I get a chance to edit it I'll update.

Lastly, let me know if you prefer the slideshow format or simply all the photos posted here. Comment, tweet or email and give us your thoughts!

Here's some images from the show: