Fun Flashback Friday!
I have been working diligently on going through my live show photos for this past year, 2017. It is hard to grasp the year has ended and we are in a sparkly new one.
For many of the 2017 shows I attended, I literally had so many great photos, and I just had to knuckle down and pick a couple to share with you.
So here you go, 12 months and hundreds of bands. I have to give a huge shout out to Savannah Stopover, High Water Fest, and The Killer Whales reunion because they were some of my most favorite collective moments of 2017.
Many bands featured here, hit the big time this year with stellar albums and new found followers/listeners. Margaret Glaspy, Middle Kids, Alex Cameron, Weaves, Ron Gallo, Big Thief, Margo Price, Perfume Genius, Land Of Talk, The Artisanals, and The War On Drugs, just to name a few.
My favorite live show this past year? Hard to narrow down, but LCD Soundsystem was lit and I don’t think I have danced that hard in a very long time! We all need to dance more in 2018 and see more bands live!
Too Many Zooz-Terminal West
Bad Bad Hats-The Earl
Margaret Glaspy-The Earl
Bear’s Den-Terminal West
Middle Kids-Variety Playhouse
Cold War Kids-Variety Playhouse
Savannah Stopover Day 1
Savannah Stopover Day 2
Savannah Stopover Day 3
Jock Gang-The Earl
Big Thief-The Earl
Mount Mariah-The Earl
Strand Of Oaks-The Earl
High Water Fest
High Water Fest
Perfume Genius-Terminal West
John Anderson-Mill Town Music Hall
Tredeschi Trucks Band-The Fox
The Chris Paterno Band-Venkman’s
Rik Cribb and The Problems-The Windjammer
The Killer Whales-The Windjammer
Rumours (Fleetwood Mac Cover Band)-Georgia Theater
Land Of Talk-The Tabernacle
The War On Drugs-The Tabernacle
Yoke Lore-The Earl
The Artisanals-The Earl
LCD Soundsytem opener-Coca Cola Roxy
LCD Soundsystem-Coca Cola Roxy
Noah Kahan-Terminal West
The Strumbellas-Terminal West
Serpent With Feet-Tabernacle
Cut Copy-Variety Playhouse
Neighbor Lady-The Earl
David Barbe-The Earl
New Madrid-The Earl
I am really looking forward to 2018. There are so many great venues in Georgia, but I really hope to venture beyond my southern borders this year.
January is for dreaming, right?