Posts Tagged ‘live photos’

Papa Roach Bring Their “Crooked Teeth” Tour to Texas Live Arlington Backyard Setlist Renegade Music Between Angels and Insects Face Everything and Rise Getting Away With Murder American Dreams Forever Periscope None of the Above …To Be Loved Crooked Teeth Blood Brothers Song 2 (Blur cover) Gravity Scars Help Who Do You…

Pearl Jam’s “The Home Shows” set the pace, as night one comes to an end in Seattle Pearl Jam (Safeco – Seattle, WA) 8/9/18 ©2018 James Villa Photography, All Rights Reserved. “The Home Shows” brought the “Homeless Situation in Seattle” to the forefront.  The band raised over 11 million dollars to raise awareness about…

KISS Destroys the Toyota Music Factory in Irving Toyota Music Factory – Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 Photos by James Villa Setlist Deuce Shout It Out Loud Lick It Up (with “Won’t Get Fooled Again”… more ) I Love It Loud Love Gun Firehouse Shock Me Flaming Youth God of Thunder Say Yeah War Machine Psycho Circus Black…

ZZ Top Headline the Toyota Music Factory in Irving Photos by James Villa Setlist Got Me Under Pressure Waitin’ for the Bus Jesus Just Left Chicago Gimme All Your Lovin’ Pincushion I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide I Gotsta Get Paid Foxy Lady (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover) My Head’s in Mississippi Catfish Blues (Robert Petwa…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – The Bomb Factory – Dallas, TX / Thursday, April 27, 2017 PJ Harvey Draws a Line in the Sand at The Bomb Factory in Dallas Two weeks into her U.S. tour supporting last year’s The Hope Six Demolition Project and PJ Harvey came to Dallas, The Bomb Factory hosting the accl…

Music Hall at Fair Park – Dallas, TX / Saturday, November 5th, 2016 – Photos by James Villa – Setlist The Phoenix Electric Daisy Violin Prism Shatter Me Lost Girls Elements Mini Set Something Wild Gavi’s Song Those Days Crystallize Hold my Heart The Arena Mirage Stars Align Encore: Roundtable Rival/Don’t Let this Feeli…

– Words by Taylor Slovak / Photos by James Villa – The Bomb Factory / Dallas, TX (Sunday, May 22nd, 2016) The Americana folksters revisited Dallas Sunday night, welcomed by 4,000+ eager fans. The band’s stripped down sound was met with a force of energy bigger than the room itself and made for a stellar night of music.…

 – Words by Taylor Slovak / Photos by James Villa – The Bomb Factory / Dallas, TX (Thursday, May 12th, 2016) A stellar display of lights and sound turned Deep Ellum’s Bomb Factory into an EDM-pop smash last Thursday. Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, better known as Disclosure, brought the house down serving up two hou…