Go Go Gadjet, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Go Go Gadjet:

The past 10 years, Go Go Gadjet has made the road their home. A never ending schedule of dates along the East coast has led to the creation of a finely honed entertainment machine. They are the trend setters and their show is the definition of “epic.”

With the band being comprised of schooled and seasoned musicians, Go Go Gadjet is a burst of electric funk carried on the back of a thundering juggernaut of searing rock. They are the pulsing hypnotic thump of EDM, intertwined among the staccato tattoo of hip hop. They know no genre, they know no bounds …. they know but one thing: The complete satisfaction of their legion of supportive fans, and the staggered speechless masses brought nightly.

Blending the rhythms of dance music with familiar melodies from the past and present, Go Go Gadjet straddles the line between band and DJ like few others.  Their innovative combination of traditional instruments with modern synths and controllers has allowed them to craft a sound and presentation that is uniquely their own.  

Stage Setting’s

In addition to their cutting edge musical experience, the band offers unmatched lighting and production. This conceptual visual landscape, enhances the music and taps into additional senses of the audience. It separates Go Go Gadjet’s show from their peers and elevates them to a National Act level. The band believes that imagery and music go hand in hand. With their careful thought and planning, Go Go Gadjet works to create captivating visuals that complement and enhance the live experience. There aim is to provide an audio/visual escape.

Event’s

Go Go Gadjet has played in every setting : Corporate Events – Private Parties – Weddings – Bar / Bat Mitzvah – Private Birthday Celebrations – Etc. They have been the headliner of the Red Robin Festival the past two years playing to crowds of 7500. They perform annually at Shamrock Fest DC (RFK Stadium) and Running of the Santa’s (Electric Factory Philadelphia). Highlights include Big Night DC for NYE, Preakness Infield fest, a performance in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), and countless other massive events. They are considered the premier cover and “shore” band in the Northeast Region and beyond.

Highlight’s

2014 also brought the introduction of “ESCAPE” – A completely immersive musical / visual experience. It is a two hour show of unrivaled proportion. Reviews of this new show have been stellar. The Go Go Gadjet evolution and musical revolution. In 2017, Go Go Gadjet partnered with Coors Light to promote their debut single “Make You Feel Good.” The Coors Light #ClimbOn campaign featured up and coming artists who have overcome challenges and obstacles in pursuit of their passion. This partnership has helped push the band’s Spotify streaming totals to well over 200,000.  

Coverage information, about the band and its members, comes from a variety of source’s. These source’s include questions to the band, the band members, their website and other other internet sites.

The Stage Presence:

Go Go Gadjet, played around 3 hour or so, with a short intermission. They engaged with the audience thru out the entire show. Several times members got down in the photo pit area and fist bumped, enticing the crowd to sign along and be a real part of the show. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans. Go Go Gadjet is one of the best band I have seen that really puts on a great show, with lots of high energy.

Go Go Gadjet Musicians are:

  • Jeff –
  • Rayvon –
  • Mike – Drums
  • Nate –
  • Schwartz –

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Go Go Gadjet Photo Gallery contains 817 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Go Go Gadjet at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 3/06/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Go Go Gadjet, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 3/06/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Go Go Gadjet, Tally Ho Theater Show on 3/06/2020

Set List 1

  • Coming Soon

Encore

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the The Town Of Leesburg Virginia, municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Carbon Leaf, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Carbon Leaf The Start:

Carbon Leaf started out at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia in 1992, practicing in an auditorium on campus. Then moving on to playing backyard parties, mixers, fraternity, and sorority parties. Shortly after everyone graduated, they moved to Richmond, Virginia. They played the college circuit in Virginia and along the East Coast before moving on to clubs.

Carbon Leaf History:

Between 1992 and 2004, they released a variety of albums, with Meander being released in 1995, followed by Shadows in the Banquet Hall. Ether Electrified Porch Music in 1999. Echo Echo in 2001 with winning the American Music Award for song The Boxers.

During 2004 to 2010, Carbon Leaf signed with Vanguard Records. Releasing the album Indian Summer In the spring of 2004. 2006 brought the release of Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat. In 2009 they released Nothing Rhymes with Woman.

2010 to present, they left Vanguard Records. They released How the West was One in July 2010, followed by a second live album being released in early 2011 titled Live, Acoustic And in CinemaScope. Constellation Prize was digitally released via their website in 2013. 2014 brought the release of Indian Summer Revisited. In 2015 and 2016 they repeated the tactic of re releasing Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat and Nothing Rhymes with Woman. In 2018 their 25th anniversary releasing The Gathering.

Coverage information, about the band and its members, comes from a variety of source’s. These source’s include questions to the band, the band members, their website and other other internet sites.

The Stage Presence:

Carbon Leaf, played around 2 hour and 15 minutes or so, and a quick encore. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Carbon Leaf Musicians are:

  • Barry Privett – Vocals – Guitar
  • Carter Gravatt – Guitar
  • Jon Markel – Bass Guitar
  • Terry Clark – Guitar
  • Jesse Humphrey – Drums

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Carbon Leaf Photo Gallery contains 558 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Carbon Leaf at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/29/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Carbon Leaf, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/29/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Carbon Leaf, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/29/2020

Set List 1

  • Gift’s From The Crows
  • What About Everything
  • Changeless
  • One Prairie Outpost
  • Come Sunday Morning
  • Bow and Arrow
  • Home
  • Blue Ridge Laughing
  • Life Less Ordinary
  • Ragtime Carnival
  • Learn To Fly
  • Paloma
  • The War Was In Color
  • Another Man’s Woman
  • Comfort
  • When I’m Alone
  • The Boxer
  • The Donnybrook Affair

Encore

  • Let Your Trouble’s By
  • Two Aging Trucker’s

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Uncle Kracker, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Uncle Kracker from the Start:

Matthew Shafer, also known by his stage name Uncle Kracker, is an American singer-songwriter and musician known for his country and rock music. He was a turntablist for Kid Rock’s backing group Twisted Brown Trucker. Since 1999 has recorded as a solo artist, with singles Follow Me and Drift Away being top 10 hits.

Uncle Kracker History:

While visiting a nightclub with his brother in Michigan, where a turntables competition was occurring. His older brother was competing against a then-unknown musician, Kid Rock. Shafer soon became friends with Kid Rock. In those times, he was mainly rapping. He went to L’Anse Creuse High School. In 1994, Kid Rock asked Shafer to play turntables for his band called Twisted Brown Trucker. Shafer knew nothing of using turntables, but since his brother was an experienced DJ, he agreed. He only performed at live shows at the time, until he began recording for Rock’s album, Early Mornin’ Stoned Pimp; Shafer was a featured vocalist on some of the tracks. He began to work on a solo album, while continuing DJ for Kid Rock. Upon the release of Rock’s multi-platinum album, The History Of Rock, Shafer decided that it was time to release his first solo album, Double Wide in 2000.

Uncle Kracker Recent Times:

Over the years, Uncle Kracker has released several albums, starting with Double Wide peaking at 7th on the Billboards top 200 chart, it spent 10 months on the chart. No Stranger to Shame as released in August of 2002 reaching 43 on the Billboards album chart. Seventy Two and Sunny peaked at 39th on Billboards top 200 and has sold 200000 copies. Happy Hour introduced in 2009, followed by a six song EP in 2010. In November 2012 Midnight Special was released.

Coverage information, about the band and its members, comes from a variety of source’s. These source’s include questions to the band, the band members, their website and other other internet sites.

The Stage Presence:

Uncle Kracker, played around 1 hour and 45 minutes or so, with a short intermission and a quick encore. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Uncle Kracker Musicians are:

  • Matthew Shafer – Vocals
  • Mike Adkins – Rhythm Guitar
  • Matt Hamann – Lead Guitar
  • Clint Carpenter – Drummer
  • Matt Lapinta – Bass Guitar

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Uncle Kracker Photo Gallery contains 329 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Uncle Kracker at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/28/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Uncle Kracker, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/28/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Uncle Kracker, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/28/2020

Set List 1

  • Saturday Night
  • Nuthin Changes
  • Good 2 Be Me
  • Better Days
  • Little While
  • Floatin’
  • Memphis Soul Song
  • Follow Me
  • Rocky Mountain Way
  • Got That Thing
  • No Stranger / 3 Birds
  • Sun Goes Down
  • Drift Away
  • Smile
  • All Summer Long

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Paulina Jayne, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


The Start of Paulina Jayne:

Born in Detroit and residing now in Nashville Tennessee. Paulina Jayne’s music is a melting pot of Country, Rock & Roll and soulful influences creating one genre she calls, “urban country.” At 9 years old, she started writing piano compositions and developed her country co-writing chops soon after with writers, like Shane McAnally, JT Harding, Anthony Smith and Bonnie Baker. As a vivacious performer, Paulina has opened for the likes of Sheryl Crow, Rascal Flatts, Chris Lane and has shared Live Nation marquees with Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Luke Bryan.

Paulina Jayne Recent Times:

In 2018, Paulina’s song was featured on her Netflix debut on Season 3 of “Top Grier” with social media star, Hayes Grier. Later that year, Paulina was featured in a nationwide commercial broadcasting to over 100 million homes for Folgers Coffee on ION Television Network, where “Love’s Gonna Always Win” was recorded for further use.

Ford Motor Company became an official sponsor for Paulina as she represents the Ford Driving Skills for Life non-profit organization. A believer in philanthropy, Paulina also supports the national nonprofit-organization, Miss Amazing, as a celebrity ambassador to help further empower girls and women with disabilities.

2019, Paulina took her latest single, ‘Make the Moves,’ to radio and performed at the Country Radio Seminar. ‘Make the Moves’ pays homage to her hometown heroes and to her appreciation of the Nashville sound. Her Grammy Award-Winning Producer, Mills Logan, raved about her single saying, “the energy from Paulina’s singing translates perfectly through the speakers. Such a joy to listen to!”  

‘Love’s Gonna Always Win,’ Paulina’s last release, has over half a million streams and has been added on 62 radio stations in 19 countries, including ACM award-winning radio station, 99.5 WYCD. Renowned music historian, Robert Oermann of MusicRow Magazine, presented her the Discovery Award adding, “this record has an audio delight around every corner.”

About Paulina Jayne’s Live Show

Paulina’s live show is refined, yet explosive. She is the grittiness of Detroit, while melded into the “drop D” sound of southern rock leaned up against a strong back-beat. Paulina Jayne is an unapologetic and unyielding force that is undoubtedly leaving her Detroit rock city mark on country music.

Coverage information, about the band and its members, comes from a variety of source’s. These source’s include questions to the band, the band members, their website and other other internet sites.

The Stage Presence:

The Paulina Jayne Band, played around 35 to 40 minutes. After the show, Paulina and Jacob went out to the lobby area to do a meet and greet with fans, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Paulina Jayne Musicians are:

  • Paulina Jayne – Vocals
  • Jacob Tipton – Keyboard

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Paulina Jayne Photo Gallery contains 214 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Paulina Jayne at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/28/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Paulina Jayne, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/28/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Paulina Jayne, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/28/2020

Set List 1

  • You Can’t Get Me Back
  • Old Time Rock and Roll
  • Credit
  • I like it That Way
  • Redneck Woman
  • Make The Moves
  • Lose Yourself

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Soul Asylum, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Soul Asylum The Start:

Soul Asylum initially formed in the early ’80s under the name Loud Fast Rules when vocalist/guitarist Dave Pirner was still in high school, cutting their teeth as part of the celebrated Minneapolis local music scene.

The band entered the major-label mainstream with 1988’s Hang Time and its 1990 follow-up, And the Horse They Rode In On, before achieving a commercial breakthrough with 1992’s triple platinum Grave Dancers Union. That album spawned several international hits, including “Runaway Train,” which won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song, and “Black Gold,” and made Soul Asylum alternative radio and MTV staples.

In the ensuing decades, the band which also includes drummer Michael Bland, lead guitarist Ryan Smith and bassist Winston Roye has released a steady stream of albums, including 2020’s Hurry Up And Wait. The latter reflects Soul Asylum’s usual eclectic approach: thrashing songs indebted to punk (“Hopped Up Feelin'”) and classic rock (“Got It Pretty Good”), folk-influenced pop-rock (“Silly Things”), and gorgeous jangle-pop (lead single “If I Told You”).

Soul Asylum History:

With raucous live sets and early releases on the hometown indie label Twin/Tone including the albums Say What You Will, Made to Be Broken and While You Were Out earned it a loyal fan base and widespread critical acclaim.

Indie success led to the band entering the major-label mainstream with 1988’s Hang Time and its 1990 follow-up And the Horse They Rode In On, and achieving a platinum-level commercial breakthrough with 1992’s Grave Dancers Union (3x platinum)and 1995’s Let Your Dim Light Shine. Grave Dancers Union featured the international hits “Runaway Train,” which won a 1994 Grammy as Best Rock Song, and “Black Gold,” while Let Your Dim Light Shine (platinum) spawned the hit “Misery.” The band went on hiatus after 1998’s Candy from a Stranger, during which time Pirner released his first solo effort, Faces & Names.

Soul Asylum Recent Times:

Returning to action in 2006 with The Silver Lining, Delayed Reaction six years later and in 2018 Sony Legacy released a previously unheard live album, “ Live from Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX” recorded in 1992.

The Stage Presence:

Soul Asylum, played around 1 hour and 45 minutes or so, with a short intermission and a quick encore. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Soul Asylum Musicians are:

  • David Pirner – Vocals – Guitar
  • Michael Bland – Drums
  • Winston Roye – Bass Guitar
  • Ryan Smith – Lead Guitar
  • Karl Mueller (RIP 2005)

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Soul Asylum Photo Gallery contains over 325 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Local H Band at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/22/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Soul Asylum, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/22/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Soul Asylum, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/22/2020

Set List 1

  • Got It Pretty Good
  • Can’t Even Tell
  • Somebody to Shove
  • Misery
  • Lately
  • The Beginning
  • If I Told You
  • Dead Letter
  • Close
  • Crawl
  • Losin’ It
  • Black Gold
  • Runaway Train
  • Closer to the Stars
  • Veil of Tears
  • Slowly Rising

Encore

  • String of Pearls
  • I Did My Best
  • April Fool

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Local H, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Local H Band

Local H, the iconic alt-rock duo known for their blistering live shows and pioneering the two-piece band set-up, is at the top of their game more than two decades after they first burst onto the music scene. Front man Scott Lucas, who covers both guitar and bass (through an extra pick up in his guitar), and drummer Ryan Harding have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, buoyed by global touring along with the release of some of their most critically acclaimed work to date.

Local H History:

Local H’s first major release was 1995’s Ham Fisted, but it was their follow up album As Good As Dead that positioned the band as one of the elites in what was a groundbreaking decade for rock music. With multiple radio hits on the album, “Bound For The Floor” emerged as a generational anthem and remains a staple on playlists around the country over two decades later.

Their widely praised 1998 concept album Pack Up the Cats, produced by the legendary Roy Thomas Baker, solidified Local H as a leader in the genre and the albums that followed were reflective of not only the band’s definitive character, but as well their relentless effort to give their audience as much of themselves as possible. While recipients of numerous accolades over the years, Local H has always kept the focus on their fans, which can be seen by the awe inspiring and often times daunting tour schedule the band has kept up year after year.

Local H Recent Times:

The last three years have seen a multitude of releases from the band in various forms. In 2015, Local H celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first show and released a career-spanning coffee table book, “Local H: Twenty-Five Years of Skin In The Game”. That same year they released Hey, Killer, their eighth full length studio album, to near unanimous acclaim. In 2016 the band celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of As Good As Dead with a successful three month national headline tour (partnered with their first live Blu-Ray DVD, “Straight Outta Zion”, shot at the Metro in Chicago during a weekend of sold out shows).

2017 was perhaps Local H’s busiest year, the band continued to tour extensively not only as headliners, with hugely successful tours with The Toadies and Helmet, and career highlight performances on Metallica’s sold out stadium tour. Publishing another book “The Last Picture Book Outta Zion or: How We Learned To Stop Worrying About Cell Phones And Love The Photos Of John Oakes”, an intimate behind the scenes portrait of the band shot by photographer John Oakes. 2018 no sign of slowing down. Local H released their second live record the ferocious Live In Europe to coincide with their second European tour in the space of a year. A new single produced by Ken Andrews of Failure, simply titled “Innocents”, is being released to digital platforms to coincide with the band joining the Summerland Tour with Everclear and Marcy Playground this May.

Local H Stage Presence:

Local H Band, played around 1 hour or so, as a 2 piece band, they not only brought on their high energy, fast pace music, energizing the crowd with the high velocity playing. It was like dynamite, you got the feeling that it was a explosive show.

Local H Musicians are:

  • Scott Lucas – Vocals – Combo Made Lead & Bass Guitar
  • Ryan Harding – Drums

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Local H Band Photo Gallery contains over 125 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Local H Band at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/22/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Local H Band, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/22/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Local H Band, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/22/2020

Set List 1

  • Patrick Bateman
  • High Wide and Stupid
  • All-Right (Oh, Yeah)
  • Turn the Bow
  • Fritz’s Corner
  • Hold That Thought
  • Hands on the Bible
  • California Songs
  • Bound for the Floor
  • Defy and Surrender
  • High-Fiving MF

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

UFO, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


UFO – The Classic Rock Band

UFO is a English rock band that was formed in London in 1968. They became a transitional group between early hard rock and heavy metal and the new wave of British heavy metal. The band’s current lineup includes vocalist Phil Mogg, lead guitarist Vinnie Moore, rhythm guitarist and keyboardist Neil Carter, bass guitarist Rob De Luca, and drummer Andy Parker. They have gone through several line-up changes, leaving Mogg as the only constant member. In May 2018, Mogg announced that he will retire from UFO after one last tour as a member of the band in 2019.

UFO Career:

Career spanning 52 years, UFO have released 22 studio albums, 14 live recordings, 16 compilation albums and one album of cover songs. They achieved moderate success in the late 1970s and early 1980s with several albums and singles (including their 1979 live album Strangers in the Night) in the UK and US Top 40 charts, and have sold over 20 million records worldwide. Some of their best-known songs include “Doctor Doctor”, “Rock Bottom”, “Natural Thing”, “Lights Out”, “Too Hot to Handle” and “Only You Can Rock Me”. UFO are considered one of the greatest classic hard rock acts, and often cited as one of the key influences on the 1980s and 1990s hard rock and heavy metal scenes. The band were ranked number 84 on VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock”.

Mogg Stepping Back:

In May 2018, vocalist Phil Mogg announced that UFO’s 50th anniversary tour in 2019 will be his last one, as the front man of the band, who may also either split up or move on with a replacement for him. Mogg explained, “This decision has been a long time coming. I’ve considered stepping down at the end of UFO’s previous two tours. I don’t want to call this a farewell tour as I hate that word, but next year’s gigs will represent my final tap-dancing appearances with the band.” He added that “the timing feels right” for him to quit, and that “there will be a final tour of the U.K. and we will also play some shows in selected other cities that the band has a strong connection with. But outside of the U.K. this won’t be a long tour.

Longtime keyboardist and guitarist Paul Raymond died from a heart attack on April 13, 2019 at the age of 73. Two weeks after later, it was announced that Raymond’s initial replacement Neil Carter would be rejoining UFO for the remainder of the band’s final tour.

UFO’s Stage Presence:

UFO – The Classic Rock Band, played around an hour and half or so, and without leaving the stage doing a quick encore. The energy and fierce pace that they had on stage was awesome, interjecting the crowd into the show, probably outpacing most bands based on the energy and enthusiasm.

UFO Musicians are:

  • Phil Mogg – Vocals
  • Vinnie Moore – Lead Guitar
  • Rob De Luca – Bass Guitar
  • Neil Carter – Keyboards
  • Andy Parker – Drums

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The UFO – The Classic Rock Band Photo Gallery contains over 300 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of UFO – The Classic Rock Band at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/21/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of UFO – The Classic Rock Band, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/21/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for UFO – The Classic Rock Band, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/21/2020

Set List 1

  • Mother Mary
  • We Belong To The Night
  • Run Boy Run
  • Venus
  • Lights Out
  • Ain’t No Body
  • Only You Can Rock Me
  • Burn Your House Down
  • Cherry
  • Love To Love
  • Too Hot To Handle
  • Rock Bottom

Encore

  • Doctor Doctor
  • Shoot Shoot

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Damon Johnson, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


Damon Johnson – American Guitarist

Damon Johnson is an American guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, currently a solo artist and member of Thin Lizzy. In the 1990s he co-founded Brother Cane, and later joined Alice Cooper’s band as lead guitarist. He was also the lead guitarist and co-songwriter for hard rock group Black Star Riders from 2012 to 2018. Johnson has also released several solo albums and his songs have been recorded by many artists including Stevie Nicks and Carlos Santana.

Damon Johnson’s Beginning:

During his grade school years. It was there that he became obsessed with guitar and formed his first garage band, called Renegade, with other 8th grade friends. He played with Pat Upton’s band Headline to large crowds in Upton’s bar, P.J.’s Alley in Guntersville, for three years.

An offer to join Split the Dark, an established band fronted by former members of the power-pop band Hotel, prompted Johnson’s move to Birmingham, Alabama in 1987. Split the Dark was a very popular act on the Southeast US college club circuit, and had won the MTV “Basement Tapes” competition in 1986 but failed to secure a record deal.

He would later get his first taste of “bands with record deals” as the guitarist for the Atlanta, Georgia band Witness in 1988, and with the Memphis, Tennessee band, Delta Rebels, in 1989. During this time he also performed with the bands Chinatown (with Eric Dover) and Chyld. It was with Chyld that Johnson garnered the attention of the A&R at Virgin Records. After securing a developmental deal in November 1990, the label eventually persuaded Johnson to take over the lead vocal position, and change the band’s name to Brother Cane.

In The 2000’s

Damon was recruited for Alice Cooper’s band in 2004. He co-wrote and recorded with Alice Cooper on his album Dirty Diamonds and toured with the band from 2004 to 2007, leaving to commit to his new band, Whiskey Falls. Johnson returned to the Alice Cooper Band in the summer of 2009, and was featured in Cooper’s 2010 live concert DVD & CD, Theatre of Death – Live at Hammersmith. Johnson worked his fifth tour with Alice Cooper in 2011, and departed the band in September of that year to become a full member of Thin Lizzy. Cooper is also credited with assisting greatly in Johnson’s beloved golf game, as the two played hundreds of rounds in their years of touring the world together.

In December 2012, Johnson co-founded the Thin Lizzy spin-off band, Black Star Riders, whose first album All Hell Breaks Loose was released in May 2013. Johnson developed a songwriting partnership with front man Ricky Warwick and the pair co-wrote all the songs on the album: “I joined Thin Lizzy because I wanted to play those great songs with Scott Gorham and Brian Downey. But let me be clear about this I’m in the Black Star Riders because of Ricky Warwick.”

After touring across Europe, the US and Japan throughout 2013 and the first half of 2014, Black Star Riders recorded their second album, The Killer Instinct, released in February 2015, reaching № 13 in the UK. Johnson stated: “The days of me hopscotching back to Alice Cooper or a Slave to the System album are past. This is the best band I’ve ever been in. We’re firing on all cylinders.”

Damon Johnson Stage Presence:

Damon Johnson – American Guitarist, played around 1 hour or so. He went out to the lobby for a quick meet and greet shortly after the show. Taking time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Damon Johnson Musicians are:

  • Damon Johnson – Vocals – Lead Guitar

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Damon Johnson American Guitarist Photo Gallery contains over 100 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Damon Johnson – American Guitarist at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/21/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Damon Johnson – American Guitarist, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/21/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Damon Johnson – American Guitarist, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/21/2020

Set List 1

  • I Feel Alright
  • The Killer Instincts
  • Got No Shame
  • Jailbreak
  • And Fools Shine On
  • Leave It All Behind
  • The Boys Are Back In Town
  • Shivering Shivering

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

Eaglemania at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


EagleMania – The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band

EagleMania – The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band. That isn’t their slogan by mistake! EagleMania has dedicated themselves to faithfully reproducing the music of The Eagles. Since their inception, EagleMania has been thrilling audiences all over the country with their stunning five part harmony and their uncanny ability to emulate the unmistakable sound of The Eagles. Their show consists of the Eagles’ greatest hits, as well as some of the solo work of Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh.

EagleMania has spent countless hours breaking down everything The Eagles recorded on their albums and faithfully reproducing those unforgettable songs in the most authentic way possible. The audience is given a chance to experience the music the way it was meant to be heard and it’s done live on stage night after night.

If you like The Eagles you will love EagleMania!

About The Members:

Frankie Reno

Frankie has taken many paths during his 35 years in the music business. Multi-talented keyboard player/vocalist, composer and producer, has taken his love of music, technical expertise as a producer/engineer and worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry on both a national and local level. Some of the names Frankie has worked with Lou Rawls, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Marshal Tucker, Ace Frehley, Peter Criss, The Commissioner, Gordon Williams, The Fathers of The Philadelphia Sound, Gamble and Huff. Frankie is endorsed by Hammond Organ, Garritan Virtual Instruments, Heavyocity Virtual Instruments.

John Gaechter

John has been playing guitar all his life, playing out since he was 15. His musical heroes include Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Walsh, Jack Bruce, Roger Daltrey, Leslie West, as well countless talented local musicians, both playing and recording. John’s love of the Eagles’ music and attention to detail is readily apparent when you hear him play. Listen carefully to the guitar tracks on the song snippets posted to this website and you’ll see what we mean.

J.D. Kelly

JD got his start singing in cover bands at the age of thirteen. He studied voice with Myra Manning in the 1980s while writing, recording, and performing with the Frankie Carr Band. After the band’s signature song “Perfume and Leather” (co-written by Kelly) was selected as a regional winner in the WAPP “Rock to Riches” contest, Kelly and his bandmates regrouped as “Broken Toys”, a popular New York-based writing project and live act that garnered a production deal with Atlantic Records. Two more self-produced albums emerged from From The Fire – “Evil Men Do”, in 2014, and “OctOPus” in 2016. After playing at the “Firefest” and “Rockingham” festivals in the U.K., Kelly returned to the U.S., and, ultimately, joined “Eaglemania” in May, 2017.

Ken Darcy

Ken is a singer/songwriter/musician/poet. He studied music at Montclair State University and privately studied voice under the direction of Gian Carlo Minotti in Manhattan. He has played music on stage since the age of 11 and has been influenced greatly by the style of The Eagles, Neil Young, America and many other crossover rock acts. Ken has performed in many venues ranging from The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. to the Bottom Line in New York City. Working with performers, producers and song writers ranging from the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra to Cher, Don Dixon, Brendon Harkin and Rob Fusari, Jim Wann, Bland Simpson and Irwin Levine.

Jon Weiswasser

Jon Weiswasser has been playing drums for the last 27 years. He is a member of Miss Lucy and Walker Blue and formerly a member of the Gas House Gorillas.

Dennis Espantman

Dennis is a seasoned professional bass guitarist with a resume that spans many years. He had his first brush with international stardom some time ago working for the Danish superstar Kim Larsen and touring Europe as the opening act for the Rolling Stones. Returning to the US, he continued to play bass and to write music. He has played with musical luminaries such as Chuck Berry, Darlene Love, Ronnie Spector, Al Cooper, Eddie Brigati, The Jon Herington Band, Jimmy Vivino, and Paul Shaffer. Dennis is now proud and excited to bring his bass-playing talents to EagleMania.

Eaglemania On Stage Presence:

Eaglemania played around 2 and half hours or so, with a short intermission and a quick encore. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans.

Eaglemania Musicians are:

  • JD Kelly – Lead Vocals
  • Frankie Reno – Keyboards -Vocals
  • John Gaechter – Guitar – Vocals
  • Ken Darcy – Guitar – Vocals
  • Dennis Espantman – Bass Guitar
  • Jon Weiswasser – Drums

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The Eaglemania Photo Gallery contains over 325 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of Eaglemania at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/14/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of Eaglemania, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/14/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for Eaglemania, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/14/2020

Set List 1

  • The Long Run
  • Heartache Tonight
  • Witchy Woman
  • Peaceful Easy Eye’s
  • Lyin Eye’s
  • 7 Bridges Road
  • Take It To The Limit
  • Walkaway
  • One Of These Night’s
  • I Can’t Tell You Why
  • Heart Of The Matter
  • Rocky Mountain Way
  • Dirty Laundry

Set List 2

  • Tequila Sunrise
  • Love Will Keep Us Alive
  • Best Of My Love
  • Hotel California
  • New Kid
  • Boys Of Summer
  • Get Over It
  • Funk 49
  • Life’s Been Good
  • Life In The Fast lane
  • Already Gone

Encore

  • Desperado
  • Take It Easy

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

  • To visit the bands website and social media pages:

About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

Click here to visit the Tally Ho Theater website

Be sure to visit and Like/Follow our social media sites:

If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8, Nikon 200-400 F4.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

Links to some prior events:

The Wailers, at Tally Ho Theater, Leesburg VA.


The Wailers

The legendary Wailers continue their quest to bring reggae to the forefront of the world’s stage.  Led by renowned bassist and founder Aston “Familyman” Barrett, and joined by original Wailers guitarist Donald Kinsey, The Wailers give audiences around the globe the opportunity to experience their unique and innovative sound. From 1972 to 1980, Bob Marley & The Wailers recorded, toured, and performed before countless millions worldwide. Since 1981, Familyman has carried on the mission to “keep The Wailers together” – just as Bob requested.

Since Bob Marley’s untimely passing in 1981, Familyman vowed to keep a promise he made to his leader and friend – that he would hold the band together and maintain the music’s quality, to “keep me [Bob Marley] alive through music.” The message is still Burnin’, the Exodus of Jah people continues, Uprising and Survival remain the call to fans. The incomparable Wailers are coming to Babylon by Bus, to rock the stage, to bring the magic and message of Roots Rasta Reggae. It’s a Rastaman Vibration: a slice of music history you must not miss. Legend.

About The Members:

In tribute to the late co-founder and drummer Carlton “Carly” Barrett, The Wailers present Familyman’s multi-talented son, Aston Barrett Jr. It’s startling to witness how the young powerhouse delivers with his uncle’s inspiring landmark “one drop” drumming style. Also on stage is polished background singer Shema McGregor, daughter of I Three singer Judy Mowatt and Reggae pioneer Freddie McGregor.

Accompanying the legends and children-of-legends on stage are many other talented musicians: bass guitarist Owen “Dreadie” Reid, a former student of Familyman who also plays bass with Julian Marley’s Uprising band; front man Joshua David Barrett, Rastaman by lifestyle and culture, who delivers Bob’s powerful message of Jah love and unity through his performance and interaction with the audience; Andres Lopez on keyboards, who has performed with artists such as Alborosie, Lutan Fyah, and Anthony B.; and Anne-Marie Thompson, an experienced gospel singer. FOH/Sound engineer is Christian Cowlin, a Wailers Band veteran who has traveled the world with The Wailers for more than 20 years and who is responsible for the band’s live sound.

The Wailers On Stage Presence:

The Wailers wailed for around 2 hour or so, with a quick encore. Their stage presence was felt and loved by all in the audience. Thought out the night the audience members sang along and waved during every song. All of the band members, took time out after the show, signing autographs and engaging with fans with photos.

The Wailers Musicians are:

  • Josh Barrett – Vocals
  • Donald Kinsey – Lead Guitar
  • Andres Lopez – Keyboards
  • Aston Familyman Barrett – Bass – Vocals
  • Aston Barrett Jr. – Drums
  • Owen Dreadie Reid – Rhythm Guitar
  • Junior Jazz – Guitar
  • Glen Dacosta – Saxophone
  • Christian Cowlin – Sound Engineer
  • Dennis Thompson – Sound Engineer

To view the entire photo gallery of this event, please click the link below:

The The Wailers Photo Gallery contains over 200 images from the show. They are all posted in high resolution size, perfect for viewing on any device. You can visit the main gallery page for Jeffrey Vogt Photography here.


Live Video Playlist: of The Wailers at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA on 2/13/2020. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s, and crowd noise and offensive language, do to the nature of the shows.

You can visit our YouTube channel, to see all of the videos done by Jeffrey Vogt Photography YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel includes live song videos from assorted bands we have attended in official capacity. All videos are posted in high res HD. Perfect for viewing on any device. Contact us for purchasing details on videos.


Live Audio Playlist: of The Wailers, at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg Virginia on 2/13/2020. Audio may have sound issue’s do to the nature of the shows. We recorded the shows audio, and have posted a few songs.


Set List for The Wailers, Tally Ho Theater Show on 2/13/2020

Set List 1

  • Slave Queen
  • Steppin Outta Babylion
  • Soul Shakedown Irie
  • Rastaman Vibration
  • Is This Love
  • Rat Race
  • Concrete Jungle
  • Waiting In Vain
  • War/No More Trouble
  • Where You Gonna Run
  • Rebel Music
  • Three Little Birds / One Love
  • Night Shift
  • Jammin / Get Up Stand Up

Encore

  • Redemption Song
  • Could you Be Loved

The set list is provided by the band, or venue prior to or during the show. Importantly as the show goes on, song’s can be added or deleted. We will attempt to update if it is changed.

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About Tally Ho Theater:

Tally Ho Theater is in Leesburg Virginia. Located around 30 miles west of Washington DC. Leesburg features plenty of shopping and restaurants. The Tally Ho Theater is a old movie theater, converted to a concert venue. The stage is around 30 by 40 ft, and appears to work for most all bands and shows. In my opinion the Tally Ho Theater is a great venue to see your favorite band.

Tally Ho Theater Amenities:

With a capacity around 750 standing, 350 for a sitting show. Some bar stool seating, with high top tables on the floor for certain shows. With a few small tables near the bars, all seats fill up quickly. The balcony above the main floor that has tables and a separate bar as VIP Seating. Tally Ho Theater features 4 full service bars, serving beer, wine and mixed drinks. The food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and beverages. You can park at the municipal parking garage located next door, it is free any time after 7 pm and weekends.

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If you are a band, band member or management company and interested in speaking with us about Jeffrey Vogt Photography providing photography services at a upcoming show. Jeff can be reached directly at 301-728-6397 or jeff@jeffreyvogtphotography.com

Photography Equipment Used:

I had the chance to photograph and video songs in it’s entirety from the pit area in front of the stage, with the crowd and the upstairs balcony area. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Tamron 70-200 F2.8,.

Video and Audio Equipment Used:

For video’s, we used the Sony A7R IV Mirror Less Body, recording at 1080p, utilizing a Zoom H6 Pro Audio Recorder / Microphone. We utilize a second Zoom H6 audio recorder to record the audio from the entire show.

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