Monday Photo Blog: Nick Goode returneth!


August 25th, 2014 by

It has been some time since Nick Goode has visited us at the Monday Photo Blog. But as the youth of today are fond of saying these days, no time better than the present. Or something like that. Anyway, here are a few from Nick from the past few years of bands that have come and gone, and some that reappear every so often.

Blank Stare at A Warehouse, No Way Fest, Richmond, VA, 2007 (photo by Nick Goode)

Government Warning at Nara Sushi, Richmond, VA, sometime around 2007/2008 (photo by Nick Goode)

Socialcide at Flint St, Raleigh, NC, 2006 (photo by Nick Goode)

Double Negative at Lunchbox Records, Charlotte, NC, December 2007 (photo by Nick Goode)

Send your tour photos, bands that have come through your town, the best of your local bands, etc. to: . Include your name, a link to your website (or flickr, Facebook, or whatever), and the band (or subject), date and location of each photo. Just send your best photos — edit tightly. Three to seven photos is plenty, and it’s best to send pictures of different bands. Please do not send watermarked photos. Please make your photos 72 dpi and about 600–800 pixels at the longest side. Not everything sent in will be posted, and a response is not guaranteed, but we do appreciate all of your contributions. Feel free to submit more than once. Thanks!

5 responses to “Monday Photo Blog: Nick Goode returneth!”

30 08 2014
robert refuse (02:13:37) :

Pic. 1 is Blank Stare not Inmates

30 08 2014
MRR (15:08:16) :

Thanks Robert — corrected now.

2 09 2014
Hank (05:00:53) :

I’m pretty sure the third picture is actually Double Negative’s Kevin Collins… So there’s no Blank Stare to be seen in these pictures except for that kid holding up the camera behind Kevin. Look at his eyes! Scary!

2 09 2014
Hank (05:03:29) :

Fourth I mean…

2 09 2014
MRR (10:16:27) :

Thanks Hank! Made that correction too. …Anyone else??

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