Reviews, Comments & Other Putdowns for this event (by Ray)

Emilie Autumn plays The Troubadour

My gear for the night was:

    • Camera: Canon 5D Mark III
    • Flash: None
    • Lenses: Canon 200mm f/2.8 and Canon’s 24-70mm f/2.8

  • Venue Review – The Troubadour:
    I love this venue. Easy parking, nice staff, lots of places to get interesting angles of the bands. This place opened in the late 1950’s and just about every major star who needed a stage performed here. It is also reported that this was the place that Bob Dylan first made his switch to electric – don’t quote me on that, it it just what I have heard. If you haven’t been to this venue yet, just keep an eye on their calendar as I guarantee you will find something that strikes your fancy. The troubadour does not get just one type of music on their stage… Anyone from Elton John to High on Fire to Joe Strummer have graced their stage.

    It is located at:
    Located in Hollywood, CA

  • Band: Emilie Autumn:
    Okay, in all honesty, I had never heard Emilie Autumn before getting the okay from her management to photograph her set this evening. All I knew is I’d seen a photograph of her playing the violin that was so visually striking that I felt the need to see what she was all about. Plus, I was so burned out on music at the time and I needed a change so this show was definitely a breath of fresh air. I had no idea what to expect and was treated to an evening of great visuals and a fun performance. As you can tell from the photos, this was more of a musical theatre performance, which is not usually my thing but I really enjoyed it and am now a fan! I was really hoping to hear some violin this night but that didn’t happen so perhaps on the next tour. You can check out her website and store at…

Nuff said…