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Tom’s Treefort Favorites

I know, you can’t have a favorite when you’re at Treefort! Well, I have to say there are some sets that just completely blew me away. There’s no better vehicle for music discovery than Treefort. What better way to get to know bands than to see them perform live? A lot more fun than Spotify. Read the full article…

The Drummers of Treefort

Drummers, we photographers haven’t forgotten about you, we just can’t see you very well.

We Made It Out Alive! Treefort Day 5

Day five was a lot of fun. Despite waking up to a couple of inches of snow, it turned quite nice, it rapidly melted way. I took it easier than the previous four days and I still managed to photograph ten shows. Early in the day, I spent a little time with a couple of Read the full article…

Today Was a Good Day – Day 4 Treefort

A long Saturday and it was a doozy. It was a lovely day for a music festival. I caught a lot great acts. Many I’ve never heard before. I love all the side-shows of Treefort, I caught a couple of those today. And And And, Tocaio, and Haley Heynderickx. Saturday is usually my favorite day Read the full article…

Day 3 – Treefort is Keeping Us Busy.

I feel I took it a lot easier for day 3, but I also saw a lot of great music. Unlike my media-comrades-in-arms, I have been approaching my assignment like a regular show-goer. I don’t dart in and dart out for a couple of pictures and hit the next venue. I usually stick around for Read the full article…

Thursday! Treefort Day 2

The first stop was Neurolux for Kid Dakota, from Minneapolis. Not a great band name, but a damn fine two piece rock band. It was an early show and the venue wasn’t very crowded at all. I just wandered in because I heard a rock band from outside. I made the right decision. Next stop Read the full article…

Welcome Back to Boise – Day 1

Treefort is starting off nicely. I really love this festival, I enjoy the format of this festival. For the uninitiated Treefort is a five-day music festival with stages scattered across downtown. The stages are at different bars and music venues. There are often lines to get into the different stages. That’s ok though, it’s still Read the full article…

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