Below is a collection of photos from shows I have attended. It will change up periodically so feel free to keep checking back!
Such a fantastic show... I was getting very nervous because I really wanted to hear "Dreaming" and it didnt look like they were going to play it... it was the last song <3 <3 <3
Holy cow... So I went into this show with low expectations but Sir Rod Stewart put on one hell of a show! His supporting band was full of energy and very talented on top of that. I sat next to this absolutely wonderful couple who told me to try a restaurant called Spiral Diner & Bakery and it was amazing! Not trying to preach to people on what they should eat but it is an all vegan dining experience that will blow your mind! Anyhow Cyndi Lauper and Rod did a duet together and it was a lot of fun. He is very much an act you should check out if you have the opportunity.
Such a fun show! I did not take as many good photos as had hoped. I was shaking way to much from not eating all day due to work and traveling. I had bout 9 cups of coffee and a 5 hour energy drink so I could not keep it steady!
So I should have prepared for the 10% chance of rain for this trip! The sky went to cloudy to a bombardment of rain. Dave Mustaine was doing this live twitter stream of the chaos(https://www.pscp.tv/w/1kvJpQyjeqaxE) and I was being creepy taking photos of him!
Luckily the rain had stopped right before Meshuggah and life was back to normal. I was super lucky and found a lens wipe on the floor in the bathroom that was unopened so I could clean off my camera!
So much fun! I was picked to get on stage and dance with the band during their set. Instead of dancing more so jumping and watching the band play right next to Monte Moir!
To top off the night I did Patron shots with Torrell "Tori" Ruffin and drank some beers with Jellybean Johnson! Both were lots of fun and let me take photos with them.
These are a handful of photos I have from Slipknot shows in 1999 and 2000. I have stacks and stacks of them but need to go through and scan them all in one day. My friends and I would get free tickets from the band and follow them around back in the day. We were able to meet the band and spend time with them and they were really nice fellows. I had an art pad that each member of the band had drawn whatever they wanted on.