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Rob Wallace
Rob Wallace
Rob Wallace is a photographer based in Northern VA and is currently a house photographer with I.M.P. and The Wolf Trap Foundation. Find more of his work at www.mindful-photo.com.


Knocked Loose, Acacia Strain, Higher Power, Sanction and Harms Way put on a hardcore showcase in Baltimore, MD

Knocked Loose, the hardcore band from Kentucky, made a stop in Baltimore, MD after dealing with a popped tire on the way to the venue. Luckily with the night’s lineup, they were able to make it to the show without any delays. Continue Reading

Nothing More bring the “Truth Tour” to Silver Spring, MD (with Of Mice & Men, Badflower and Palisades)

Nothing More is a band that puts on a live show like no other. The energetic rock band based out of San Antonio, TX made a stop outside of the nation’s capital in Silver Spring, MD and packed the house with passionate fans who were excited to see the night’s incredible performances. Continue Reading

Dropkick Murphys bring St. Patrick’s Day to the National in Richmond a few days early, with Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory

Dropkick Murphys St. Patrick’s Tour made its stop in Richmond, VA at The National, supported with stacked line up consisting of Amigo the Devil, Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Booze & Glory. Continue Reading

Graveyard, Uncle Acid and Twin Temple mix rock and roll with Satanic undertones at Baltimore’s Rams Head Live

Uncle Acid and the deadbeats, and Graveyard are currently on their U.S. tour alongside satanic doowop band, Twin Temple, accompanying them for the first half of the tour. Continue Reading

William Ryan Key brings the Virtue Tour to Baltimore, featuring new solo music and popular Yellowcard hits

William Ryan Key has played around the world and for crowds of all sizes as the front man for the popular band Yellowcard and his dedicated fans are coming out to catch his solo music. Continue Reading

Bring Me The Horizon play Eagle Bank Arena in Virginia in support of “Amo” (with Thrice and Fever 333)

Bring Me The Horizon stopped outside of the nation’s capital to perform with special guests Thrice and Grammy nominated Fever 333 in Fairfax, VA at Eagle Bank Arena. Fever 333 kicked the show off with a set that shows exactly why they have a Grammy nomination. Vocalist Jason Butler took off into the crowd climbing through the seats while performing their popular song “We’re Coming In.” Continue Reading

Metalcore powerhouse August Burns Red tear through The National in Richmond (with Fit For A King, Miss May I and Crystal Lake)

Metalcore powerhouse August Burns Red stopped in Richmond, VA with their friends, Fit For A King, Miss May I and Crystal Lake to play for an energetic sold out crowd. Most shows with a four-band line up will usually have a slow build up in energy but this show was an exception. Continue Reading

The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail co-headline Rams Head Live in Baltimore as part of the Misery Will Find You Tour

The Amity Affliction and Senses Fail’s co-headlined The Misery Will Find You Tour came to Baltimore’s Rams Head Live for a sold-out performance. Continue Reading

Behemoth’s “Ecclesia Diabolica America 2018 e.v.” Tour Rocks The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland

Behemoth’s “Ecclesia Diabolica America 2018 e.v.” tour came to the Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland. The longtime metal band has been bringing audiences their provocative and intense metal for close to 30 years. The night started with a small group of fans arriving early and were treated to a private sound check which has been appearing on the band’s social media. Continue Reading

Garbage sells out the Lincoln Theatre in D.C. as they tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of “Version 2.0”

The Scottish-American band Garbage has been touring on their 20th anniversary tour for the Grammy nominated album Version 2.0. The band played the first of its two-nights at the historic Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C., to a sold out crowd. Continue Reading

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