Who: Finger Eleven & Headstones
Where: Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto ON
The Phoenix Concert Theatre was alive with power, and amongst the haze, pure energy.
Both Finger Eleven and the Headstones brought the veteran alternative and punk rock vibes of the late 80’s early 90’s.
Finger Eleven – Transporting me back to my childhood, with some welcomed nostalgia, Finger Eleven took command of the Phoenix stage. Giving up the grunge, and embracing the alternative Rock, lyrics with depth, and melodies meeting rifts. Positive messages and getting lost in the stories, Finger Eleven will reach a thousand-mile wish, and a reminder to always remember the good times.
Headstones – Starting at 100mph the Headstones, took punk Rock to great heights, working the stage and barricades. Learning from the effects of addition and coming out stronger on the other side, the Headstones displayed their strength as a collative band. Using lighting cues to create theatrics, and intensity, the headstones will encourage us to change our ways for the better.
As I took a walk through late elementary, and all of high school, I was reminded of my alternative rock roots.
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Wandering EMm Photography origins came from a wanderer who saw the world in vibrant colour, unique compositions, and an understanding of the dance between light and dark. With her ’Beastie’ as she affectionately calls her camera, EMm can be found at most events, festival, and of course, is a regular at a concert. EMm has a strong passion for music. Using her camera, EMm can capture that moment in time where melody meets lyric, and exists as memory. Musicians have a tiny window to imprint you with their gift of song, given as thoughts, emotions, and experiences. EMm would like to seize that opportunity, and photograph that moment when it all connects. ‘How far will you wander… creatively?’