American musician and Sub Pop recording artist King Tuff will be performing at DC9 Nightclub in Washington, DC on Tuesday, March 31, 2023. King Tuff is currently on tour in support of his newest album, Smalltown Stardust. Tickets for his DC appearance are selling fast. Be sure to secure yours HERE. Also be sure to check out the official King Tuff Website for music, videos, news, and tickets for all upcoming tour dates.
In this Hazy Eye Media photo flashback we’re taking a trip down memory lane with Kids Return at Songbyrd Music House in Washington, DC on 2/12/2023. This was my first time covering a show for Hazy Eye Media and I feel grateful for the opportunity. The venue is a great local hangout and Kids Return played a set full of memorable songs. I had honestly never heard of the band before, but definitely enjoyed the performance and consider them an up-in-coming musical artist.
Anyway, be sure to check out the official Kids Return Website for music, news, and tickets for all upcoming tour dates. Continue viewing below for more pics from the show at Songbyrd Music House in Washington, DC on 2/12/2023. All images copyright and courtesy of James Miller.
Alternative rock pioneers They Might Be Giants are making a return to DC’s infamous 9:30 Club on Thursday December 15, 2022. If you can’t make it to the DC performances there are plenty of other dates to choose from. All shows on TMBG North American tour are Flood shows!
Most of the dates have sold out or are well on the way to being sold out. Secure tickets for you and your besties before it’s too late! Avoid disappointment, skip the bogus scalpers and the expensive resellers and purchase tickets directly from the venue. Also be sure to check out TMBG Official Website for music, videos, news, and all upcoming tour dates.
In this Hazy Eye Media photo flashback we’re taking a trip down memory lane with Hoodie Allen at Union Stage in Washington, DC on 8/26/2022. Allen is currently touring the US in support of his new album and has been wowing crowds across the country.
Anyway, be sure to check out the Official Hoodie Allen Website for music, videos, news, and all upcoming tour dates. All images copyright and courtesy of Misha Bucknor.
Primus performed at the Warner Theatre earlier this year and I was there doing my best to document the event (as usual). This is a difficult band to capture due to extremely low-lighting and lots of fog/smoke. The band performed a slew of classic Primus jams to the delightment of the DC crowd. Great show.
Anyway, in this photo flashback we’re viewing images from Primus’ performance at the Warner Theatre in Washington, DC on 5/24/2022. Be sure to check the Official Primus Website for music, news, and upcoming tour dates. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson. Enjoy!
Fortunately for me I was able to photograph Tool at Capital One Arena in DC recently. Whoa. What an amazing show! Both musically and visually stunning. Psychedelic, progressive hard rock at its finest. A bit challenging for a photographer, but so much nervous excitement. I had not seen Tool since the late 90s. Completely blew my mind.
Tool are still touring the US in support of their fifth studio album, Fear Inoculum. Check the Official Tool Website for remaining tour dates and tickets. Continue reading below for more photos of their performance in DC. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter, and frontman of The Revivalists, David Shaw played his first ever solo show in DC on 12/18/21. Union Stage was the perfect set and setting for Shaw to showcase the raw poetry and storytelling within his debut solo work. This was a rare treat in an intimate musical setting.
Anyway, be sure to check the Official David Shaw Website for music, videos, merchandise, news, and all upcoming tour dates. Continue reading below for live photos from the performance. All images copyright and courtesy of Zach Brien.
All Things Go Music Festival will be held at Merriweather Post Pavilion this year on Saturday October, 16. The festival is highly-anticipated, and the excitement has been building for months. Music fans from all around will be heading to Columbia, MD to be apart of this musical extravaganza. The lineup is top-tier. Don’t miss out! Tickets are selling fast. Click HERE to purchase tickets while they are still available.
In addition to the festival, All Things Go is hosting their Creator Summit on Friday October, 15 at the Eaton Hotel in Washington, DC. Continue reading below for more details about both events.
The Eric Scott Band played a sold out show at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, MD on February 25, 2021 and I was there doing my best to photograph the band behind a plexiglass barrier. Eric Scott is a Washington, DC singer-songwriter and bassist. He has toured internationally and is a 15-time Wammie winner, as awarded by the Washington Area Music Association (WAMA). He’s also a 2021 Wammie Finalist. Amazing.
Anyway, in this photo flashback, we’re taking a trip down memory lane with the Eric Scott Band. This was my first show of the year, and Eric’s too! Continue reading below for more shots of Eric Scott and his band performing for a sold out (socially-distanced) crowd at Rams Head On Stage. All images copyright and courtesy of Andy Jillson.
Refused, Youth Code, and Racetraitor played at the 9:30 Club in DC on February 21, 2020 and photographer Shane Gardner was there in the photo pit “pressing buttons” as he would say. Check out Shane’s official website, ROCK N ROLL SOCIALITE, for more examples of his work and information on how to obtain his services. Anyway, in this Photo Flashback were taking a trip down memory lane with Refused, Youth Code, and Racetraitor. Continue reading below for more shots from their performances at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on February 21, 2020. All images copyright and courtesy of Shane Gardner.