Posts Tagged ‘photography’

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by Katarina Benzova – AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX / Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016 It has been a crazy year for Guns N’ Roses fans. The prospect of ever seeing the band (or at least the core three members) reunited was a pipe dream at best. It was something to think on how and imagine ho…

Trees (Dallas, TX) -Words and Photos by James Villa – Has it really been 40 years?   2014 kicked off what is apparently Y&T’s 40th Anniversary tour.  Who would have guessed?  Rockers are supposed to come and go, or be put out to pasture way before their time.  Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll, isn’t that how the saying goes?  Y…

Trees (Dallas, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by James Villa – At only nine-o’clock Trees was already packed with a sold-out crowd who were on anxiously awaiting Crosses. They still had some time to wait, though, as Birds of Tokyo was serving as the main support band. “Here in this moment, the silence is comfor…

Three Links (Dallas, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – There was no doubt that the show this night at Three Links belonged to the Swindle Boys, who, with the help of Hand Drawn Records, were releasing the much anticipated Motion EP. I had seen them only once before this, sometime during the year be…

American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX) – Words by David Huff/ Photos by James Villa – I will thoroughly admit that the only musical highlight I ever appreciated involving Justin Timberlake didn’t involve his contributions to N*Sync, or his on again off again solo career the past ten years. Nope, the moment I will always…

House of Blues (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed / Photos by James Villa – It’s Thanksgiving Thursday. Thus far, I’ve eaten twice and napped once. I’m sure this is becoming viciously cyclical, but it’s Thanksgiving, so I don’t care. I mention them because those details are the cornerstone upon which I have built this…

House of Blues (Dallas, TX) – Words by Austin Reed / Photos by James Villa –   After watching guitar legend Steve Vai perform Friday night at House of Blues, I am compelled to take this review in several different directions. For example, He is gaunt. Steve Vai looks to weigh below 100 pounds, and he just so happens to…

House of Blues – Cambridge Room (Dallas, TX) – Photos by Ronnie Jackson –