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Kip Moore – “After the Sunburn Tour” at the Ritz

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October 19, 2018

Well this is a first for me. Actually two. I was the ONLY photographer to shoot the Kip Moore show and the opening acts did not allow photos. So I will say nothing of the opening acts because they didn’t want media coverage. So thank you Kip for caring for your fans!  “After the Sunburn… Read More ›

Lady Antebellum & Darius Rucker @ Walnut Creek October 4th

Lady Antebellum along with Darius Rucker and Russell Dickerson played Walnut Creek October 4th.   Russell Dickerson opens up the night. Then we move onto Darius Rucker. Funny Mr. Rucker plays some of his old Hootie & the Blowfish songs and made them sound country by adding banjo and violin to the music. Of course… Read More ›

Outback Concerts presented Black Violin: The Classical Boom Tour at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18th, at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Regency Park in Cary

Black Violin: The Classical Boom Tour Is More Electrifying Than the Lightning Storm on Aug. 18th at Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre

The thunderstorms had already started rumbling through the Triangle region when Outback Concerts’ Saturday, Aug. 18th, presentation of Black Violin: The Classical Boom Tour commenced at the Koka Booth Amphitheater in Regency Park in Cary, NC; but that didn’t matter to the pair of classically-trained violinists who perform as Black Violin. While lightning flashed behind… Read More ›

Janet Jackson at Walnut Creek

Janet Jackson played Walnut Creek Wednesday. All of us hoping the rain would hold off. At least those without the roof over our heads. This is Janet’s “State of the World” tour but what could have been left out was political messages. We paid for and came to be entertained.  Janet came out with The… Read More ›

Weezer @ Walnut Creek

I have to say Weezer was a good show. I loved the 50’s dinner feel of the stage set and the Happy Days into.  Rivers Cuomo starting out in a nerdy cardigan and tie to play Buddy Holly. But he also went through two outfit changes during the show. Playing a mixture of old and… Read More ›