This was a great show at Dingwalls in Camden. I’ve seen Jesse Malin probably a dozen times stretching back to his earliest solo gigs (I first saw him in a gym hall in Omaha Nebraska when he was touring his first solo record). He always brings his A game, and this gig was no different. What was different was that a bunch of the crowd had turned up to hear the mainly old punk guests that performed with Jesse’s band in the second half of the show. It got a bit rowdy and a quite active moss-pit. This gig was in aid of the Joe Strummer Foundation.
This walkway has recently been opened in London’s King’s Cross station. The colours cycle and there is lots of photo ops for a tripod carrying photographer. I was on an evening out with friends and was just carrying my point and shoot.
Robert Peston watching on
I was lucky enough to score an invite the US Ambassador’s 4th July party. Squeeze were playing and I managed to get a ringside view.
I loved the contours and shapes given by this display at the science museum.
Today I was very lucky to attend a garden party at Buckingham Palace. No photos allowed but (along with just about everyone else), I did sneak a few iPhone snaps.