Misfits, Dickies, DI, and Total Chaos Rule in Riverside

Misfits, Dickies, DI, and Total Chaos Rule in Riverside

Saturday, November 15, 2014 – The Riverside Municipal Auditorium is an excellent venue for a show.  Open french doors and balconies allow for fresh air or cigarette opportunities.  It  has a large floor area backed by several rows of seating, as well as a balcony.  The courtyard provides tables and seating for relaxing pre or post show as well. The sound was good and the crowd was ready for Misfits, Dickies, DI, and Total Chaos!

Total Chaos opened the night with some punk rock to get the crowd going.  They waxed nostalgia over the locale between songs, telling the crowd of times past when they would panhandle and get wasted at the Tyler Mall.  These local boys did a good job of getting the night going.

It’s been a while since I’ve seen DI but DAMN they did not disappoint!  Song after song was excellent and this is when the pits really began to take form.  It was awesome to see Eddie Tater of the Dickies play with DI; his energy is difficult to deny.  Several fans were there with their spawn and could be seen in the pit or around the edge giving a full punk-rock education.

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

DI @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Music Icon News are huge fans of the Dickies; they never let us down! If punk rock and puppets is wrong, I don’t wanna be right.  Always love to see Leonard messing with the other bandmates during the sets.  Adam Gomez didn’t miss a beat even with an inflatable doll being violated on his drum set.  Eddie and Dave take their pseudo punches like champs, and Stan shreds despite Leonard’s sweaty towel being thrown over his head.  Also have to give props to Leonard’s assistant who always has puppets, swim masks, and inflatable dolls ready to go.

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Dickies @Riverside Municipal Auditorium

By the time the Misfits came on there were two valid pits going on at any given time.  Although there was the baker’s dozen of complete asshats to be found, it was a night of true fans moshing it up and helping those who fell to the floor.  The Misfits played for a good two hours with a long set list to rival all set lists.  When is the last time you saw a two column set list?

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

Misfits@Riverside Municipal Auditorium

One squawking fan was pulled from the audience to sing Teenagers from Mars with the band.  Lucky bastard! Good Times!

The best part for many fans came after the show when Jerry Only came down to the barrier to sign autographs or otherwise interact with all the fans.  One woman had him sign next to her misfits skull tattoo on her ribs and darted away.  I’m fairly certain that might now be a tattoo but would love to have confirmation of that!  He climbed over the barrier to see a fan in a wheelchair as well as spending true time with the fans.  It was not your typical grip-n-grin event.  I was even swept up in it and got my snaps in as well.

Jerry interacts with all of his fans that stay.  Thank you Jerry!

Jerry interacts with all of his fans that stay. Thank you Jerry!

Jerry interacts with all of his fans that stay.  Thank you Jerry!

Jerry interacts with all of his fans that stay. Thank you Jerry!

If you have a chance to see a show at Riverside Municipal Auditorium I highly recommend it!  Not only was the venue a pleasure but everyone who worked there was easy going.

 

Sixx:AM Plays iHeartRadio Theater- Announces Tour!

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Sixx:AM Plays iHeartRadio Studio- Announces Tour!

Sixx:AM played to a packed studio in Los Angeles on October 7, 2014.  Everyone in attendance or watching/listening to the streams online would have to agree it was a huge success!  The breaking news was that Sixx:AM will begin their first headlining tour in April of 2015 with guests Apocalyptica.

The murmurs in the crowd were hopeful of a tour, and the affirmation was cheered as fans called out requests for places to play “Dallas!” “Chicago!”  I later talked to a fan to discover he had ventured to Los Angeles from Nevada just for the opportunity that iHeart Radio gave to Sixx:AM and Nikki Sixx fans alike.

DJ Ashba of Sixx:AM

DJ Ashba of Sixx:AM

Between songs, Sixx:AM participated in Q&A.  They illuminated the huge effect that the music, artwork, and spirit of the 60s and 70s had on them and their current release Modern Vintage.  Bandmembers cited bands like Queen, David Bowie, T-Rex, and Wings for being makers of songs.  They reported that Modern Vintage is an homage a time when songs and albums were not linear.  Sixx elaborated that Modern Vintage has some twists in turns in style and arrangement that will be pleasantly surprising to fans.

Nikki Sixx and DJ Ashba of Sixx:AM

Nikki Sixx and DJ Ashba of Sixx:AM

The band’s excitement of Modern Vintage was made clear.  Their first two albums were created as soundtracks for the templates of The Heroin Diaries and music photography.  This album belongs to them as a creative force alone.  When they sat down to create this music was when they began the dream of touring together.  This dream will be realized next April with their first headlining tour with special guests Apocalyptica.  As palpable as their excitement was, the ease with which they work and perform together made it clear that this will be a show to see in 2015.  Click Here to stay updated on this exciting new tour.

James from Sixx:AM

James from Sixx:AM

The performance turned reflective when James made a sad announcement:  His good friend and manager of 16 years passed away on Sunday.  He performed the song “Before It’s Over” dedicated to his dear friend.

Here are some of Daniel’s shots from last night.  Check back with Music Icon News for updated photo galleries and thanks for checking us out!

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Fan Girl Gush Moment….As a long time fan of Nikki Sixx the night was completed as I got to meet him and shake his hand for the first time.  I told him he made my junior high dreams come true and I was pleased at how kind he was as he spoke with friends and fans alike.  One thing I noted was how his face lit up when his wife appeared.  It was truly touching to see.

Uproar Festival Irvine California 2014

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Uproar Festival Irvine California 2014

With only four shows remaining, Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival delivered its hard rock message to hundreds of fans on September 16, 2014 in Irvine California.  The message was clear: for those about to rock, we salute you!  The AC/DC inspired montage set off headliners Godsmack as the final band of the night, but they were not alone as they were supported by several preceding bands who gave their all in the blistering and strangely humid heat near the end of the 2014 southern California summer.  Here’s a run-down and highlights of bands that Daniel shot.

Uproar Has Second Stage Strength

Escape the Fate performed on the second stage and was every bit pumped for the show.  The energy between band members was jovial and at some points Mabbit engaged the fans in light-hearted banter about which we all chuckled!  I really dug the small stage.  Despite the reduced stature it was every inch a rock show: great sound and visibility were all a plus.

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Escape the Fate @ Uproar 2014

Main Stage Mastery at Uproar

Buckcherry, although appearing early on the main stage, helped get fans revved that night.  They graciously thanked long-time and new fans for coming out to see them live.  More than one fan was overheard elucidating their opinion that Buckcherry “still had it” and many a person rocked out in the sizzling heat of the late afternoon.

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

Buckcherry @Uproar 2014

 

In any festival, common genres are usually the rule of thumb, but Skillet always proves to be a twist on expectations.  Beginning with their violinist and cellist sets the tone for a different performance, to say the least.  Lovely.  Ever the crowd pleaser, John Cooper constantly reminds fans of his appreciation for them.  A healthy dose of different always goes down smooth. Mmmmmm, Skillet.

Skillet @Uproar 2014

Skillet @Uproar 2014

Skillet @Uproar 2014

Skillet @Uproar 2014

Skillet @Uproar 2014

Skillet @Uproar 2014

 

 

Seether was much anticipated by the Uproar crowd, as evidenced by fan excitement during the stage preparations.  Hits were played and new songs were relished as they moved from one song to the next, and their emotional songs run the gamut of angry to sad.  The crowd was obviously pleased with the performance.  Transitions were seamless.

Seether @Uproar 2014

Seether @Uproar 2014

Seether @Uproar 2014

Seether @Uproar 2014

Seether @Uproar 2014

Seether @Uproar 2014

Godsmack began with the aforementioned AC/DC montage of band photos and inspirations over the years, and kicked into high gear as their set began.  “The smack is back!” was declared and what followed can be described as a taste of the new with classic stand-by tunes that fans wanted.  Fire-enhanced and belting it out, Godsmack delivered.

Godsmack @ Uproar 2014

Godsmack @ Uproar 2014

Godsmack @ Uproar 2014

Godsmack @ Uproar 2014

Godsmack @Uproar 2014

Godsmack @Uproar 2014

All of the bands at Uproar had the post-metal hard rock feel that fans desired, but each gave their own flavor to the festival. Hats off to the promotors of the show for making the show accessible for fans to get the most out of their music investment.  It was easy for fans to see each of the bands, even with the two stages.  Great job on another Rockstar Uproar Festival.

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Johnny Ramone Tribute 8/24/2014 @Hollywood Forever Cemetery

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Johnny Ramone Tribute 8/24/2014 @Hollywood Forever Cemetery

As many of you know one of the greatest guitar legends of punk rock, Johnny Ramone,  is memorialized at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.  On Sunday, August 24, 2014, the tenth year of his death was marked by a special event.  Johnny’s statue is surrounded by quotes from a few of his friends including Rob Zombie.  Zombie was joined by a host of friends for this special night.

The night included a performance with unannounced guest Billy Idol, as well as Steve Jones, Fred Armisen, Rob Zombie, Duff McKagen, Piggy D, and Ginger Fish.  Other guests on hand included Linda Ramone, Slim Jim Phantom, and the cast of The Devil’s Rejects: Sheri Moon Zombie, Sid Haig, Bill Mosely, Danny Trejo, and Leslie Easterbrook.

Here are a few candids of the guests and performers.

Duff McKagen and Slim Jim Phantom

Duff McKagen and Slim Jim Phantom

The "Q&A"

The “Q&A”

Sid Haig wants YOU to watch the Devil's Rejects

Sid Haig wants YOU to watch the Devil’s Rejects

Rob Zombie, Linda Ramone, and Sheri Moon Zombie

Rob Zombie, Linda Ramone, and Sheri Moon Zombie

Linda Ramone

Linda Ramone

Duff McKagen and Linda Ramone

Duff McKagen and Linda Ramone

The performance was in the Masonic Temple while most of the fans watched from the grass area at the cemetery.  There were a handful of VIP ticket holders within the temple.

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Duff McKagen

Duff McKagen

Piggy D rocks it at Johnny Ramone Tribute

Piggy D rocks it at Johnny Ramone Tribute

Dee Dee’s Grave was beautifully enhanced for the evening.

RIP DeeDee Ramone

RIP DeeDee Ramone

 

After the tribute concert there was a showing of Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects.

It was a great night to pay tribute to a legend, watch and hear a great performance tribute, and finished with a killer movie from Johnny’s dear friends while surrounded by loved ones, colleagues, and many, many fans.

Thank you for allowing Music Icon News to attend the event.

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Avenged Sevenfold Mayhem 2014 Photo Gallery

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Avenged Sevenfold Mayhem 2014 Photo Gallery

Below are the photos from Avenged Sevenfold at Mayhem 2014 in San Bernardino for all of you A7X fans!

Please click on an image to slideshow through! Enjoy!

Avenged Sevenfold Mayhem 2014 Photo Gallery

Avenged Sevenfold headlined the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhemfest 2014 in San Bernardino, California on July 6, 2014.  It was great to see so many young people there for A7X.  I know that this is the type of band that will get young people  into harder and more progressive music over time!  Thanks Avenged Sevenfold!

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Devo at Wiltern and Belly Up Prove We Are Men

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Devo at Wiltern and Belly Up Prove We Are Men

Ever since I was a youngster Devo has represented a huge part of my music culture.  I remember hearing mechanical man when I was a lass and thinking it was a most unusual song.  In the contest of a playlist, it certainly disjoints the listener and forces her into considering what the lyrics mean.  I am a music  lover, and Devo certainly set the stage for my future love of New Wave, Punk, Metal, and Progressive sounds.

In this time much music is a din of wasted corporate nonsense, relegated to fly-by-night “artists” who employ a team of people to create their personas.  Sure, I’m old, but I’m not saying there isn’t good music being produced now. I’m saying that to have a band like Devo, which has influenced many genres of music and continues to inspire new artists as well as seasoned, is truly a blessing.

Musical Influence

Devo represents an important movement in music which challenged artists to move beyond the accepted.  An analysis of society and the status quo is like challenging one’s faith: it is necessary to develop as a human being in our devolving world of pop culture.  Anyone who devalues the importance and necessity of pop culture is also devaluing the human experience.  Remember that art is everyman’s expression of life as we know it, not the experiences of those who win the wars, set policy, and write our histories.

The stage show progressed from Devo’s beginnings in a basement in Akron in the 70s to their popularity that their music led to.

The set list was as follows:

Mechanical Man

Auto Mo-Down

Space Girl Blues

Baby Talkin Bitches

Fraulein

I Been Refused

Bamboo Bimbo

Beehive

Midget

 

Satisfaction

TimingX/Soo Bawls

Stop Look and Listen

O NO

Be Stiff

Uncontrollable Urge

Social Fools

Jocko Homo

Fountain of Filth (allow me to say WOW on this one, both venues)

Gut Feeling (A personal favorite of mine)

U Got Me Bugged

Clock Out

At one point in the Devo show they transitioned from seated and semi-seated positions to working man’s coveralls, basement walls rotated to reveal bright and shining lights, and eventually masks and hardhats were donned.  Booji Boy also made his appearance for a touching love song, not to be missed.

A truly meaningful portion of both of these shows (Wiltern and Belly Up) was when Alex Casale joined Devo for “Clock Out”.  Jerry commented that the song had not been performed since it was performed with Bob 2 (Casale) many, many years ago.  The Belly Up show also featured a kick-ass encore of Mongoloid!

We caught up with Alex prior to the show at the Belly Up, and he mentioned that he had only appeared at the three California shows.  He was very kind and humble when we spoke, and very talented during his performance.  Thanks for giving us your time Alex.

Here is a highlight of some of the amazing shots from Daniel of both shows.  Check back as I will be adding photo galleries to display the whole gamut of photographs for you Hard Core fans.

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Red Fang Photo Gallery Scion Rockfest Pomona 2014

Red Fang Gallery – Scion Rockfest 2014

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Below are some of the best shots of Red Fang at the Fox Theatre from Scion Rockfest 2014 in Pomona

Red Fang was not new to us, but WOW!  They were amazing!

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Special thanks to Monica Seide at Speakeasypr for allowing us access to shoot all of the bands we could manage to cover including Red Fang.

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Scion Rock Fest Pomona 2014: Smashing Success! – Music Icon News

Scion Rock Fest Pomona 2014: Smashing Success! – Music Icon News

Perhaps it should be described as a Thrashing Success!  The city of Pomona hosted Scion AV’s Rock Fest on May 17, 2014 at the Fox Theatre, Glass House, and Sky Fox Lounge.  This annual multi-band event hosted over 20 bands this year!  We at Music Icon News camped out at the Fox Theatre and we are so glad we did.  Check out some of the highlights!

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King Buzzo, (above), opened at the Fox, exposing music fans to an acoustic jam of rock proportions.  He stomped around the stage delivering his unique sound unaccompanied and unencumbered by anyone.  I haven’t seen him since his time with the Melvins many moons ago, but I have to say I was impressed with his intensity and sound.  He was very welcoming as a diverse opening act, and I’m looking forward to giving his new release This Machine Kills Artists the good sit-down/listen that it deserves!

Big Business @ Scion Rock Fest 2014

Big Business @ Scion Rock Fest 2014

Big Business @ Scion Rock Fest 2014

Big Business @ Scion Rock Fest 2014

King Buzzo was followed by Big Business (above), also of Melvins’ fame.  They were a ton of fun, and their active sound got the crowd churning!  Their new release is  Battlefields Forever.  Give them a listen and be rocked!

Crowbar @Scion Rockfest 2014

Crowbar @Scion Rockfest 2014

Crowbar @Scion Rockfest 2014

Crowbar @Scion Rockfest 2014

Next up was Crowbar (above).  Personally I am quite impressed with Daniel’s shots of these guys, and our choice to shoot the Fox Theatre was a good one!  They pounded out a hard-ass set, keeping fans’ horns in the air.  They could be seen hanging out all night at the merch tables, chatting and taking pictures with fans.  Seriously, look at that beard and majestically flying hair.

Orchid @Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Orchid @Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Orchid @Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Orchid @Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

The next band was Orchid (above), and this was the night’s great discovery for me!  I thoroughly enjoyed their Sabbathesque sound, and their rhythms were pure and true!  They performed cleanly, talking briefly to the crowd between songs and thanking everyone.  Their fans gave them a sweet response and I am sure they only added to their fan base that night.  Their humble nature was evident.  I have been listening to their stuff since the show, and I am digging them!  Their new release is The Mouths of Madness. After the show we got to chat with one of the band members who stopped what he was doing to take fan shots.  Thanks for being so gracious!

 

Red Fang @ Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Red Fang @ Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Red Fang @ Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

Red Fang @ Scion AV Rock Fest 2014

A HUGE highlight of my night was seeing Red Fang (above).  This is a favorite newer band of mine, and honestly the band I was most excited to see when we decided to shoot Scion Rock Fest 2014.  They absolutely did not disappoint!  Photographing their head-banging was about equal to photographing a butterfly.  The crowd was more packed at this point, which really added to the ambiance of the Fox Theatre.

If you haven’t seen Red Fang’s videos, check them out and prepare to be entertained!  I highly recommend Prehistoric Dog. 

High on Fire @Scion Rock Fest 2014

High on Fire @Scion Rock Fest 2014

High on Fire @Scion Rock Fest 2014

High on Fire @Scion Rock Fest 2014

High on Fire (above), appeared next.  Their set played well off of Red Fang, and they continued feeding the pits with endorphin-rich fans.  To get a good idea of what they are, check out their Slave the Hive video.  They do not disappoint!

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

Machine Head @Scion rock Fest 2014

 

The headliners at the Fox, Machine Head, were adored by their fans.  Flynn and crew were flawless, and were extremely thankful and humble to the Fox theatre and promoters, having played previous shows at the venue.  This show was most anticipated and Scion’s free show enabled fans to spend money on coveted merch.  Have you sampled tracks from Killers and Kings?  With over 3 million records sold world wide, you’d be silly not to give it a listen.  Do it.  I haven’t seen a show with so many fans wearing the headlining bands’ shirts, and let me tell you that Scion had a wide array of shirts to be seen.  Music Icon News thinks it’s great that Machine Head would headline a show where other, more underground thrash metal bands can get their music out to fans in the best way possible: LIVE!

Machine Head is a fantastic live band.  They give their hometown of Oakland another great asset to add to their list of musical roots, and the full gig stage setup at the Fox let fans experience it at a great sounding venue.  The flashing lights of the venue, while occasionally challenging to photograph, made all the flying hair look amazing from different areas of the Fox as I cruised through the crowd.  There were more pinwheels of hair than I could count.

Machine Head drove home everything that Scion is about: hard driving, loud, and, most importantly LIVE music.  Scion is doing their part to bring underground bands into perspective for music starved fans.  In this day of streaming music and digital downloads music fans can’t forget that it is the live show that intensifies the respect for music as art.  The rhythms, melodies, and performance of the artists as well as the interaction with fans during a show is what makes music an interactive art spectacle.  Do your part and support live music!

NOTE:  Huge thanks to Scion and particularly Monica Seide at speakeasy PR for allowing us to shoot and partake in Scion AV Rock Fest 2014!  CHECK BACK for FULL photo galleries of ALL of the great photos shot by Daniel at Scion Rock Fest 2014!

Maynard James Keenan 2 Day Birthday Bash @ Greek Theatre

Maynard James Keenan Two-Day Birthday Bash @ Greek Theatre Music Icon News

The two day concert bash for Maynard James Keenan’s 50th birthday with Failure, Puscifer, and Perfect Circle was perfect!  The stage was resplendent in beach lounge chairs, tables with red and white checkered tablecloths, tiny airstream trailer, and solo cup styled stemware.  When he wasn’t singing, Maynard was sure to keep everyone’s solo cup full of beverage; no doubt it was a selection from Maynard’s Caduceus Vineyard.

Roll ‘Em In, Roll ‘Em Out

The three hour, multi-band jam session on Sunday was a gorgeous evening to enjoy one of my idols.  I just got to see Tool in Reno this past March and there was a striking difference: Maynard was very visible!  It was great to have front row seats to sit back and watch the many performers rotating in and out of the spotlight.  I particularly loved how the drummer was rolled away while still drumming, while the next performers segued into a new song.  Alternating backdrops helped make any new listeners privy to each band’s sound, but since both nights of Cinquenta were sold out it is doubtful that there were many non-fans in the crowd.

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Maynard In The Light

Maynard is known for staying in the shadows, but this show was unique with his presence.  This show also had “photo ninjas”.  We have been perusing the posted photos thus far, and the photos definitely had the coolest perspective as they silently and efficiently moved about the stage full of people.  If there is an application process to be a Merkin Photo Ninja, will someone please send us the application?! The guests onstage included performers from all the bands, as well as guests and family members.  Green Jelly came out to give fans the finger with a “stupid” puppet show for a rendition of Three Little Pigs.

This special night really highlighted the spectacular range of Maynard’s voice.  It amazes me how he can move from one genre to another, reminiscent of other great progressive singer/composer/artist like Les Claypool.  We also saw Failure when we were at the Tool show in Reno, but Cinquenta offered a much more intimate view of them.  Puscifer was amazing, with the band displaying talent on all fronts.

A super-cool part towards the end of the show was when Maynard’s son came out to play his cello.  What a blessing to have a kid with talent.  It was beautiful and unique, just like his pop.  Maynard’s gaze on him was palpable from any distance.

Photo by Allan Hayslip

photo credit ©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Friends of Maynard

The ambiance of this show was as unique as Maynard’s style.  Neil Hamburger was trolling around with his rock glass and slick hair-do; always a pleasure as I have not seen him since Tenacious D’s Festival Supreme last summer.  I loved how friends and family sat, visited, and drank with each other all night.  Even Peter Criss was there dressed as Paul Stanley.  Nice touch fellas.

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Photo by Allan Hayslip

©2014 V. Allan Hayslip

Special Thanks for Photos

We would like to extend a special thanks to Allan Hayslip for access to his photos of both nights of the show.  Although we weren’t blessed to shoot one of our favorites, we truly appreciate the use of photos of this fantastic weekend.  Thanks Allan!