Live Concert Photography: Honey Island Swamp Band and Dirty Dozen Brass Band
May 22, 2015
Last week, the summer concert and festival season began in earnest with Summerstage’s fantastic opening night featuring Tedeschi Trucks Band and it continued with Honey Island Swamp Band and the legendary, multi-Grammy winning Dirty Dozen Brass Band for a night of New Orleans, LA-based (and inspired) music at the unofficial home office, Brooklyn Bowl. And if you were dancing at some point during the night, you probably had a cold, cold heart – especially as Honey Island Swamp Band’s set was consisted of a mix of down home Americana, Allman Brothers/Lynynrd Skynyrd Southern fried rock while Dirty Dozen Brass Band’s set consisted of the beloved New Orleans brass sound with elements of R&B, pop and other contemporary genres, which included a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition.”
Check out some photos from the show below.
Honey Island Swamp Band
Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Maybe two horns are better than one?
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