It was a lovely afternoon in the Whiteaker. The G-Spot hosted some art inside and live music outside. It was fun.
The show, opened up with Dick and Mick Dägger. I unfortunately missed that set.
I caught The Holy Tooth I haven’t seen them before. They’re kind of an experimental rock band. They’re really tight, they have a great sound. They have a unique tone, which around here is a good thing.
Then Creep Creep Janga was up with a new bass player and this guy seems to fit very well in their style. I’ve always liked this band, it was great to see them put on such a killer set.
Tom Chamberlain is a photographer and content creator. He was a junior-high / high-school band-geek and later studied classical guitar. He studied commercial photographer in art-school and eventually found a love for music photography. Tom has photographed musicians all over the country, but has a special love for the music scene in the Pacific Northwest. Tom is a photographer, writer, blogger, video maker and all-around image creator. Lover of all things analogue.