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Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Friday, April 02, 2010
I know next to nothing about Brazilian music and all the styles that Orquestra Contemporanea de Olinda were mixing up in their concert last night, but whatever it was is was a lot of fun. Here are some photos from last night:
10.04.01 Orquestra Contemporanea de Olinda LC - Images by Jacob Blickenstaff
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Next in the Dig Deeper series is Billy Prince, known (or unknown depending who you ask) for his great Detroit soul sides with the group the Precisions. Say hello to him over at his MySpace page. The show had a special opener with a local soul revue featuring Meah Pace from the Mellowmatics, Alba Ponce De Leon of Naomi Shelton's Gospel Queens, Cici James, Eli 'Paperboy' Reed (new album on Capitol on the way), Inyang Bassey (currently touring with Moby) and Jennie Wasserman and Ashley Vitha of the Sweet Divines.
enjoy the photos:
10.03.29 Dig Deeper Billy Prince - Images by Jacob Blickenstaff
Friday, March 26, 2010
Daptone licensed a collection of work I shot out there this summer and was able to use it to basically take over an entire magazine - the nicely done Soul Bag from France. Cover, TOC, Editors page, a feature story, an interview with Sharon... le works.
Additional photos by Ann Coombs, Matt Rogers, Parsley Steinweiss
click on any page for a closer look
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Congrats to Daptone Records and Sharon Jones on this great bit of press. One of the out-takes from our album cover shoot for I Learned The Hard Way was picked up in O Magazine in the new April issue. Click on the image to see it larger.
Look under your seats because everyone in the studio audience is getting a COPY OF THE NEW REH-CORD!! Just kidding, but you can pre-order it here.
Friday, March 12, 2010
The SXSW photographer survival kit
Good Luck! If you have any more suggestions, leave 'em in the comments.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
A great innovator and personality of the rock and roll era passed away today. Dale Hawkins died after a struggle with cancer at the age of 74. Last year at the annual Ponderosa Stomp festival in New Orleans, Dale delivered an amazing set sandwiched between James Burton (who at age 14 originated the searing guitar riffs heard on 'Suzie-Q' and went on to lay down brilliant guitar work for Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley and many others) and Deke Dickerson who has been preserving the history of western guitar with his fine ensemble the Eccophonics.
I was lucky to be there that night. I don't remember the exact quote, but Dale seemed so happy and energized by the gig that he told the audience that performing his music with such great company did him more good than all the medicine in the world.
part of the show was broadcast on American Routes
Update: Norton Records has a very beautiful remembrance of their friend up here
Monday, January 25, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Monday, January 04, 2010
Happy New Year Everyone
Sharon Jones helped us get through the holidays with a home-borough show at the Brooklyn Bowl the day before NYE. Here's hoping for a good year of music in 2010.
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