Concert, Photography

The Heap

The Heap's Bryan J. Howard

Athens Ga’s The Heap brought its unique and engaging style of Funk/Jazz/Jam to the Tabernacle in Atlanta.

Filling the opening slot for Drivin’ N Cryin’, The Heap delivered a headlining worthy set offering a unique recipe of funk, jam band, blues, and jazz fusion, shaken with straight up rock and roll. Led by Vocalist/Bassist Bryan J. Howard, the eight piece band quickly spun up the crowd and delivered an hour long set uniquely transparent and engaging which brought on some serious booty shakin’.

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Chris Costigan and The Heap horns

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The Heap's Bryan J. Howard

Shooting was standard 3 and out. The pit was largely void of other photographers though video camera’s were pre staged 1/4 deep on stage left and right. As such, I stayed within these boundaries covering the middle 50% of the stage area. Lighting was standard house lights on auto pilot with exposures falling roughly 1/200, F3.2, ISO 4000 utilizing the Nikon D700 twins paired with the 24-70 2.8 and 70-200 2.8.

Allen Ross Thomas is an Atlanta, Ga based music industry photographer available for concert, promotional, portrait, and editorial coverage for local bands, national tours, multi-day festivals, and international music events.

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