A few months back, 88MPH and I teamed up for a photoshoot to help build the band's press kit and online presence. Previously, I've shot a number of live shows for them, but they were missing the professional, clean, and presentable photo of the band together. Here are some highlights from that session. Because these... Continue Reading →
In addition to completely dominating the nightclub scene with their powerhouse renditions of hits through the decades, 88mph showed that they put on a show for all ages at the Jackson Food Truck Festival this past Saturday. They played four sets over the course of the afternoon, right through a stunning sunset, and everyone in... Continue Reading →
What a fantastic debut performance for my buddies in 88MPH this past weekend at Victory Beer Hall Xfinity Live in Philadelphia, PA! With a fully captivated audience singing along and dancing on the tables, the show was larger than life. The band dominated the stage with a furious three-hour set. Check out some of the... Continue Reading →
"When this baby hits 88mph, you're going to see some serious $#!+!" - Doc Brown. Doc Brown did not lie! When the band hit their groove almost immediately after taking the stage this past Sunday at Tom n Jerrys in Folsom, PA, we traveled through time. By playing hits from the decades of music past as... Continue Reading →
Just Another Band rocked Shady Katie's in New Jersey again on Saturday, May 8th. Playing for an intimate, smaller crowd, the band brought the party to the scene and entertained all who came out.
New Jersey's own Just Another Band brought the party to Ott's Township at Sewell, NJ on a warm spring Saturday night in April; what started as a quiet and calm evening at a bar ended with what can best be described as a raging fraternity party with the highest quality live-band entertainment, a dazzling light show, and... Continue Reading →
This past weekend I had the pleasure of watching Just Another Band rock Shady Katie's in Somerdale, NJ. This band knows how to work an audience. From their selection of immensely popular tunes, the band thoroughly entertained the crowd of about 75, transitioning seamlessly from Katy Perry to Dave Matthew's Band to Green Day, and... Continue Reading →