Live Music Garden Party at the Old House at Home

John Callaway continues his love letter in photography to live music, after another recent gig at the Old House At Home pub in Milton.

This is a public service announcement, with guitars.

Pompey Punk N’Roll IV.

What could be better to raise the spirits on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon than socially distanced music live music in a pub garden.

Once again massive thanks Chris Abbott et al, The Old House at Home, Surf City DJ’s, Acid Attack and Slim Cyder & Paul-Ronney Angel.

I’ve said it before so I’ll say it again.

Keep music live people. Turn up, buy beer, put a few quid in the bucket for the bands. Think globally, act locally, but in a very limited and specific way.

And make sure you check out The Urban Voodoo Machine next time a nine-piece band can appear at a venue near you.

Acid Attack – Image by John Callaway 2020
Acid Attack – Image by John Callaway 2020
Slim Cyder & Paul Ronney Angel – Image by John Callaway 2020
The red and the black – Image by John Callaway 2020
Slim Cyder & Paul-Ronney Angel – Image by John Callaway 2020
That’s all folks – Image by John Callaway 2020

This article was originally published on John Callaway’s website, Ideas & images from Portsmouth and beyond. You can read more of John’s writing on his website and also see his live music photography.

Images by John Callaway.

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