Category Archives: Concert Photography

Red Hot Chili Peppers at Prudential Center

Red Hot Chili Peppers at Prudential Center

On May 4th, the Red Hot Chili Peppers played Prudential Center in Newark. Continue reading »

Jay-Z’s Grand Opening of Barclays Center

Jay-Z at Barclays Center

Jay-Z, part owner of the Nets basketball team and their new home, celebrated the grand opening of Barclays Center by hosting eight sold out concerts at the new venue. Continue reading »

Aerosmith at Izod Center

Aerosmith at Izod Center

After spending the past few years focusing on being a celebrity by writing a memoir and judging two seasons of American Idol, Steven Tyler has returned to what made him a star to begin with. He and the rest of the Aerosmith hit the road this summer and performed at Izod Center on July 24. Continue reading »

Summer Concert Season Is Upon Us!

While some people consider the start of summer to be Memorial Day weekend or when schools get out for vacation, my start of summer is marked by the arrival of the summer concerts issue of Time Out New York. Well, it happened this week and I was happy to find three of my concert photos printed with their roundup, including the full page crowd shot on the front page of the article.

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Regina Spektor at United Palace Theatre

Last night, Regina Spektor and her band performed at United Palace Theatre. She treated her hometown audience to a preview of many tracks from her new album, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, which will be released later this month. Continue reading »

Van Halen at Madison Square Garden

Van Halen at Madison Square Garden

Tuesday night, Van Halen performed their first of two shows at Madison Square Garden. The band is currently touring in support of A Different Kind of Truth, their first album since reuniting with David Lee Roth. Continue reading »

Megadeth at Theater at Madison Square Garden

Last Saturday, Megadeth’s Gigantour made a stop at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Continue reading »

Guns N’ Roses To Be Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Guns N’ Roses’ debut album, Appetite For Destruction, which makes the band eligible for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Continue reading »

Adele’s 21 Sells Like It’s 2004

After seeing Adele’s second album, 21, at the top of the charts throughout 2011, it is no surprise that it was the highest selling album of the year. What is surprising, though, is how many copies were sold. The year-end Soundscan figures were released last week, showing that 21 has sold over 5.1 million copies, making it the first album to sell over five million copies in one year since 2004, when Usher’s Confessions sold 7.9 million copies. Continue reading »

Two Sides of Sting

Picture this: it’s 1983. Every Breath You Take is the biggest song on the radio. A young boy, who is probably wearing velcro-lace shoes and a Swatch watch, just bought his very first rock album. That album is Synchronicity by The Police. That little boy is me. Continue reading »