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Category: Concert Photography

BRITISH ROCK BAND BASTILLE TURN UP THE VOLUME AT THE GREEK THEATRE

South London band Bastille returned to Los Angeles Saturday, October 12th with their Doom Days Tour Part 1 with opener Joywave. The “Happier” and “Quarter Past Midnight” musicians played a twenty song set to an amphitheater packed with fans thrilled to see their favorite band play under the beautiful nighttime sky. Indie Rock band Joywave […]

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POP SINGER MARINA LIGHTS UP THE GREEK THEATRE WITH OPENER ALLIE X

Songwriter and Pop singer Marina (formerly Marina and The Diamonds) brought her Love + Fear tour to The Greek Theatre this past Friday, October 4th. The artist known for her songs like “Primadonna” and “Orange Trees” brought her A-game with strong and gorgeous vocals. Marina’s performance also included choreographed interpretive dance routines from her and […]

FRANK IERO AND THE FUTURE VIOLENTS, GEOFF RICKLY, & LOW SPEECH // CONCERT REVIEW + PHOTO GALLERY

Frank Iero and The Future Violents brought the Barriers World Tour to its concluding stop at The Troubadour this past Saturday. The band was touring on the heels of it’s newest release Barriers with openers Geoff Rickly and Low Speech. The support remains high for the former My Chemical Romance member. With many fans lining up early for the 8:00 PM door time and wearing band tees from some of Frank’s former musical endeavors. The first act […]

FRENSHIP // CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Electronic Indie Pop duo Frenship (James Sunderland and Brett Hite) finished out their Vacation Tour with the last two stops in Southern California. Here at The Reclusive Blogger, we were lucky enough to see the guys at The Fonda Theater last Friday (June 14th). From song one the band put on a show from amazing […]

HEY VIOLET // CONCERT REVIEW + GALLERY

Pop Rock band Hey Violet delivered an highly energetic and fun set at The Troubadour this past Thursday (May 30th), to an enthusiastic crowd of fans. The opener was Pop R&B newcomer Sage Charmaine whose stage presence was effervescent, her songs spunky and fun. Yet it was clear the audience was there for Hey Violet. […]

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