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They may not be “the best” in some eyes, and that is fine.
That is why I won’t call them the “Best of”, instead it is why I call this the “Editor’s Choice”. Well, frankly because they are my choice as to my favorite and, um I am the editor. So, with that being said here are my favorite shots, in no particular order: First up, the synchronized bull dancing, er, I mean bull riding that Keyshawn Whitehorse performed with this bull during the PBR Invitational series event in Saint Louis in February.
I love this shot because I like how it captures her intensity in a live setting.
My advice for Flogging Molly works well here too: if you have never seen In This Moment then you are missing out on something special.
Obviously, I am posting some of the shots I took this past year with fondness.
Yes, (cliché coming) These are my favorite 18 photos of 2018.
Maria Brink’s visual performances night after night separates her from every other metalcore band out there.
Couple that with kick ass songs with melodic bridges and intense structure and this is a band you can’t look away from as you are banging your head. I love how the spotlight envelops them as they play during their May show at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.
Pink flying high above the crowd at Enterprise Center (formerly Scottrade Center) in downtown Saint Louis in March. This was shot during their performance at The Fabulous Fox Theatre in September.Greta Van Fleet has taken the rock world by storm and watching their live show at The Pageant this August solidified why.They are one of the bands that are helping to bring back the vaunted guitar solo, a part of music that (this veteran music critic thinks, anyway) has been sorely lacking for far too long.Her performance was amazing and loved the imagery I was able to get from her show, especially this shot of her singing while laying on a chest.
In one of the best shows of the year, David Byrne just blew the Stifel Theatre down with a poignant and powerful, yet simple show.The fact that Byrne had next to no props but could still speak volumes with the visuality (I know, it’s not a word. The choreography and positioning of the band/dancers was such that it was hard to look away.