Social Distortion

I’m excited to announce that I’m in the process of working with some new sites as a contributor. Most of you already know that I work with Musician Photo Journal, covering mostly metal, with my friend Cross and ever since then, I’ve been wanting to work with more sites, just to get my name out there and to contribute to some sites that I follow and admire.

I covered the Social Distortion show at the Webster Theater for The Punk Site and it was incredible. Emily Whitehurst, a.k.a. Agent M of Tsunami Bomb, fronts up openers The Action Design, who put on an incredible performance that had mohawked kids dancing in the crowd. If you haven’t heard them yet, check out their single Landmines. After a few listens, it will be stuck in your head.

By the time Social Distortion hit the stage, the crowd was thick with fans that oozed a punk/rockabilly personality. It was the most interesting group of folks I’d seen at The Webster; it was also the least violent crowd, too. Maybe it was because we were so packed in that moshing, much less moving was impossible. Instead, they spent their time singing along to songs like Sick Boy and Don’t Drag Me Down.

You can see more pictures of Social Distortion and The Action Design by checking out my gallery on The Punk Site.

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