Dropkick Murphys @ Tvornica kulture, Zagreb (Croatia), 22/01/2012
The first and long awaited appearance of the Dropkick Murphys in Croatia, this Irish-American punk rock guys, was a total success for the band and their numerous fans, even without Al Barr, whom I photographed at FM4 Frequency festival last summer, on lead vocals (because of illness, Ken Casey took his place this night). This sold out concert
for us photographers meant it's gonna be hard work: 3 short songs - they're a punk band, remember? - few beers flying over our heads and a quick exit from the photo pit (at least we had one). Great gig, but would be cool to have some more minutes next time :)
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