Thursday, July 5, 2012

Once Again to the Rooftop

Tomorrow the Rooftop Concerts will host
Heartbreakers & American Girls:
The Songs of Tom Petty.

Here are some photos
courtesy of Justin Hackworth
from our last terrific show.

Another large audience.
Lots of 20-somethings this time.

This is Richard Gregory who so generously donates his parking garage
and our greenroom space. He owns Station 22, a popular local eatery in
downtown along with other local business venues.

This is the lovely Kaneischa Johnson who manages
the favorite local music venue
Velour.
She live tweets our concerts
and runs the Downtown Dance Walk
right before the concert.
Last month's premiere event
was a huge success.

At the Dance Walk an elaborate marriage proposal
was staged with the hopeful boyfriend dressed as
Spiderman.
After fighting a couple of villians
he dropped down on one knee.
She said yes.

Desert Noises
waiting for soundcheck.
They are presently touring the country
and gathering quite a fan base.

Crowd eagerly waiting the start.
Singer-Songwriter Joshua James with wife Emma
were in attendance to support
Desert Noises
a band from his record label
Northplatte Records.

Desert Noises performed a great set.

As the sun set, our featured band
The Moth and The Flame
took the stage.

This band has quite a following judging by the
audience response.
 Unique sound
and they put on a very visually entertaining show.
 Nice guys also.

This was pretty much my view from back stage.
Festive night had by all.

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