Quaker City Nighthawks at The Moon

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Posted June 14, 2010 by Anthony Mariani in Blotch

Along with Dallas’ The Roomsounds and Denton’s Foe Destroyer, multiple Music Awards nominee the Quaker City Nighthawks performed at The Moon by TCU over the weekend. Local photog Mike Hollis provides the visual reportage.

Quaker City Nighthawks frontman Sam Anderson

Quaker City Nighthawks frontman Sam Anderson

Quaker City Nighthawks' Matt Mabe

Quaker City Nighthawks' Matt Mabe

Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson

Quaker City Nighthawks' David Matsler, who's also a solo Music Awards nominee

Quaker City Nighthawks' David Matsler, who's also a solo Music Awards nominee

Cutting a rug to the Nighthawks

Cutting a rug to the Nighthawks

The scene at The Moon

The scene at The Moon

Quaker City Nighthawks' Patrick Adams

Quaker City Nighthawks' Patrick Adams

At The Moon

At The Moon

At The Moon

At The Moon

Openers Foe Destroyer

Openers Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

Foe Destroyer

The Roomsounds

The Roomsounds

The Roomsounds are very Black Crowes-y in more ways than one.

The Roomsounds are very Black Crowes-y in more ways than one.

The Roomsounds

The Roomsounds

The Roomsounds

The Roomsounds

The Moon

The Moon


4 Comments


  1.  
    Joey

    Dude, I loved the pics posted here. Thanks for the awesome photog work. What kind of camera did you use for this? I would like to see more posts like this on FW Weekly. Very refreshing!




  2.  
    Anthony

    Glad you liked the photos. I do not know what kind of camera Mike used and am too discreet to ask — trade secrets ‘n’ all.




  3.  
    Aaron

    Quacker City Night Hawks RULE




  4.  

    Thanks for the photo comments. I’m not too embarrassed to say that I use a consumer level Canon XSi with a 50mm 1.8 lens for most of my shots and she was doing everything she could to get something decent out the darkness at The Moon.





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