These photos shown here (so far) were taken with film, and this low quality versions shown here, are taken from prints. Taken with Nikon F4’s.
Eurythmics in 1995, Live in ZH, The Peace Tour: The live on stage shots were taken during 3 songs only, no flash allowed. Time flew by. What a privilege, Annie Lennox, one the worlds best female singers with Mr. Dave Stewart, a perfect pair with some stunning songs.
Negu Gorriak (Basque for “Red Winters” or “Severe/Harsh Winters”) were an underground Basque Crossover group. This poster sized print was taken on stage at an open air concert, I later got them to sign it. Their musical style combines various styles music such as hardcore punk, hip-hop, ska, and reggae, although it is impossible to separate the band from its political ideology and its identification with the Basque Country and its language (Euskara).
Bob Geldof, taken backstage at a open air concert, Lengu. I was their with some friends who were playing, i remember a guy back stage saying i had to leave as my band had played in the day. Later when I walked over to Bob, it was funny his guy came back to see what was going on, Bob, said to me, nice to see you Greg, the security guy didnt know what to say, so asked Bob if he wanted anything?, to which BG said, yes ill have one of those f—in t-shirts please. Bob had a great Irish band with him, I heard them do a few songs at their caravan,but i had to go before the gig sadly, as i had to get home.
The Cramps were an American rock band, formed in 1976 and active until 2009, Photo taken at Hammersmith Palais, with lead singer Lux Interior and and lead guitarist Poison Ivy. I later got them to sign the A4 sized photo at another gig. one of the first garage punk bands but also the first known band to blend punk rock with rockabilly, and a prime innovator of psychobilly. “Thee Most Exalted Potentate of Love”