March 12th, 2012

Loopster Live: ZenHill Records Night at Fitzgerald’s

The ZenHill Records family has been under the same roof for a while now, but Friday night marked the first time they’ve all performed on the same stage. The weather did its best to keep people away from the show. But the rain and thunder also provided an aura of mystery and destiny as The Wheel Workers, Winter Wallace, Craig Kinsey, Southern Backtones and Roky Moon and BOLT! were on the bill.

Unfortunately, the word I’m searching for that describes the show doesn’t exist. The adverb, a combination of “laid back” and “extremely epic” has not been coined. One day a wordsmith will arise to such a task. For those of you that let the rain scare you away from Fitzgerald’s, you’ll never know what I’m talking about. The brave enthusiasts know exactly where I’m coming from. It felt like a secret show amongst friends while the bands poured their hearts out on stage.

On to the photos… Slideshow of the entire night at the bottom (and apologies to The Wheel Workers for slacking in the photo department)

Winter Wallace

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Craig Kinsey

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Craig with Cam Franklin for “John the Revelator”, one of the high points of my evening.

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Southern Backtones

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Roky Moon and BOLT!

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— Paul

Comments

MMixMil — Monday, March 12, 2012 5:24 pm

Dope shots. Good show.

Dan Workman — Monday, March 12, 2012 5:36 pm

The photos are as good as was the show. Thanks for being there and the photolove.

Steven Higginbotham — Monday, March 12, 2012 5:54 pm

Great post. Your comment: “It felt like a secret show amongst friends while the bands poured their hearts out on stage” is dead on. Such a great camaraderie. Glad you covered it, even if you missed our set.

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