With Storm Angus dumping huge amounts of the wet stuff on the land, any sensible person would have avoided driving to Plymouth last Saturday night. However after having so much fun shooting Wet Wet Wet earlier in the year there was no way that I was going to miss the opportunity to shoot another legendary Scottish band. So with windscreen wipers set to blurry I headed off to Plymouth Pavilions to shoot Deacon Blue.
The stormy conditions outside did nothing to deter the crowds though and they flooded in (excuse the pun) through the doors to what would be a great gig. My friends over at MusicMuso will be posting a full review up soon but in the meantime here are some of the images I took.
It was a challenging shoot due to the low light for the first few songs but if you know your camera there were still plenty of shots to be had. It was certainly worth the journey but I really needed a boat and not a car to get home the roads were so flooded!
I've got a few more gigs to shoot before the end of 2016 so be sure to keep an eye on The Unplugged Blog for even more photos. See you next time!