Photographed at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 1, 2017. Radiohead are performing “Daydreaming”–the first song of an amazing concert.
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Taken from inside our home in Charlotte, behind a glass door.
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Photographed in June of this year at one of the cradles of American music: Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee. The X marks the spot on the floor where singers (including Elvis Presley) were directed to stand to get the best sound.
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Photographed in September in Runyon Canyon.
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This picture requires some explanation. That’s my left hand holding a diskette that I was sent by Prince’s PR reps circa 1993 (when I was a music editor at Details). That generation of disk is an artifact by itself, but what makes this one particularly interesting is that it had the software patches necessary to […]
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Taken in (or underneath) downtown Los Angeles. Color not adjusted.
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The van, encrusted with Swarovski crystals, is the headquarters of the dance duo Heartsrevolution. Photographed on the streets of Austin, Texas, during SXSW, earlier this year.
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Photographed on Monday morning in Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles. There was a film crew of moderate size (four vans, no craft services), so you’re unlikely to see this tableau in a major motion picture anytime soon.
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Phoenix lead singer Thomas Mars made his way into the audience on December 8th, 2013, during his band’s excellent set at the KROQ Acoustic Christmas. He cruised through row 16 (where I was sitting) and then returned to the stage by walking on the tops of the seats–but first, he stopped to give a fan […]
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