Queens of the Stone Age @ Križanke, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 09/06/2014
Queens of the Stone Age are no strangers in Ljubljana - they played here in 2003, and there are people still talking about that show. Promoting their new album "… Like Clockwork", Joshua Homme and the guys sold out this gig without bigger problems, so that meant some serious rock'n'roll! What looked like a great concert for shooting turned out not so cool, since we were allowed to shoot the first 3 songs from the sound engineer space. 70-200 lens did help a bit, but big guys in the audience in front of me didn't.
The day after they played in Zagreb, Croatia, and my mates & colleagues had a usual 3 songs in photo pit in front of the stage - what can you do, always look on the bright side, better luck next time and all that, right?
I did, however, had a great time finally catching up with a cool Croatian female rock trio Punčke - in the last year, there was at least 3 concert of theirs that I missed for various reasons, but, like they say, good things come to those who wait :)
Dom sportova, Mala dvorana, Zagreb (Croatia), 06/12/2014
Continuing our fruitful collaboration, I was very happy and honoured to be invited from the band to shoot probably their biggest live show in their career (so far, that is!) in a sold out Small hall of Dom sportova in Zagreb last weekend. And amazing concert it was!
After I missed what is now considered to be a legendary gig in Maribor when Punčke played Stolp 3 some time ago, I was sure not to miss this one. There were two main reasons for this: firstly, Punčke are great young female rock trio from Croatia that are brilliant for photographing live and secondly, the organiser of the concert, Miha Lovše, deserves every respect of concert lovers in Maribor and Slovenia.
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