It's almost a 'once in a lifetime experience' to see a band this talented, seasoned AND driven at such a small venue.
I will NEVER forget this show. I really struggled through the evening trying to get some decent shots as most of their show is back-lit and very dark. However, as the show progressed it seemed almost reflective of the band & their history. When the lights would occasionally hit them full on---it allowed you to see the intense drive & passion in their eyes. THEN it finally made sense.
There are VERY FEW FRONT MEN that exist anymore that truly know how to engage & connect with their audience at the level displayed by Headstones lead singer, Hugh Dillon. His control of the audience is almost intoxicating.
Without question, do NOT pass up the opportunity to see this band live. Seriously. Call in sick, lie to your spouse---do whatever you have to do to make it happen, but don't miss seeing these guys live in a bar!
I came to this show for one song only: "Cemetery". I now can't wait to download every piece of music I can find for the Headstones. I only pray that last night's most crowd-inducing anthem is available on iTunes, because I've had "F*ck You!" stuck in my head ever since.
HEADSTONES are: Hugh Dillon, Trent Carr, Tim White & Dale Harrison.