Goulburn Blues Festival 2022 took place over three days and nights on a weekend at the end of November. Here is a selection of images, and links at the bottom to more.
Click on any image to see it larger (if on a PC at least). With many it makes a big difference.
This is a free festival and I had not organised in advance to cover it. I had intended to photograph just some of the non-Canberra bands I was less familiar with but I ended up effectively covering the festival. However, although I photographed thirty-two performances, I missed some of the earlier acts including Guitar Case Troubadors, The Honey Sippeers, Matt Ross and Johnny Reynolds Band. This post presents a selection of images, I have not tried to include each performance. However, as it happens the only ones without an image here are Catfish Soup, Key Grip, Piano Wizard, Lying Cheating Bastards (though the boy under the table was during Key Grip).
Paul Leeder with Chris Harland Blues Trio.
Mats Marklund with Boneyard Blondes.
Isy Cappo Band.
Katherine Vavahea with The Marvellous Hearts.
Craig Lyons with The Marvellous Hearts.
Chris Harland and Liam Macalister Jam.
Thomann King Band.
Lead singer, Killwater.
Sheltering from the rain in front of the band (Key Grip).
Frank Sultana, Ben Wicks and James Southwell with Sultana Southwell Roulette.
Sultana Southwell Roulette in the pouring rain with people dancing under umbrellas.
Owen Campbell Band.
Young bass player. This and next four from Goulburn Club jams.
Frank Sultana, James Southwell, Johnny Tesoriero, Jarrod Cockman and Ben Wicks.
Dave Blanken, DJ Gosper and Ali Penney (Divine Devilles).
Dave Blanken with Divine Devilles.
Davo Fester and Al Britten (PJ O’Brien Band).
Al Britten (PJ O’Brien Band).
Davo Fester PJ O’Brien Band).
PJ O’Brien Band.
CC Hall (Sunbears).
Craig Marshalsey (Sunbears).
Simon Kinny-Lewis, Tony Boyd and Christian Young (Simon Kinny-Lewis Band).
Tony Boyd (Simon Kinny-Lewis Band).
Chloe Kay and the Crusade.
Drummer, Chloe Kay and the Crusade.
Chloe Kay Richardson.
The Other Blues Festivals page in this Blog includes an overall link for Goulburn 2022 as well as links for each performance, top 100 images, top 30 images and selected monochromes. (That page also has links for thirteen previous festivals, including five previous Goulburns. There are also other pages for Thredbo, Sydney and Narooma Blues Festivals.)
The festival was six weeks ago but I have just finished processing, albeit not on a fulltime basis. I took 3,000 images and produced 360 colour images in individual band portfolios, and also 30 monochrome conversions. I used Lightroom to organise and select images, including preliminary processing, and processed images in Capture One.
(There are over 10,000 images linked to on this Blog for Live Music Festivals (mainly Blues Festivals) and 13,500 for all live music (I still have to add links for about 750 images from last year which I shall do soon). For images of a particular band I may have taken since 2006, see the Musicians and Bands Page .)
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