Saturday, January 18, 2014
The Cryin' Side of Town - Live at the Cary Pub 1-18-14
I have been following David Prusina for a couple years now. The first time I met him was the first time I ventured out to do photography, and it was because of Lou Shields. (The Horseshoe in Chicago 3/11/12.) That same night I also witnessed the talent of Jonathan Monti and Austin Thomas. About a year later was when I met Henry Heine.
The trip back home, photographed in color, with snow . . .
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These gentlemen, and yes I call them gentlemen, have created a smooth folk sound that brings excitement. They bring talent. They bring a need to overcome, to improve. Musician problem solvers if you will. The outcome . . . something of brilliant quality.
As I stretch my photography to new parts of the area, and country, I find I cannot attend to the musicians I enjoy. My thirst for photography, knowledge gained from doing photography, takes me in many directions. This night was not a good not to be driving 90 minutes for a 2 hour gig, however, the respect I have for these guys, and my need to get back to them for my own happiness, ended in great joy. Here are some photos of the evening.