What an amazing night this past Saturday! It was such a delight to see the Los Angeles community experience live music and photography in one place. Everyone there had a fantastic time taking in the Who Shot Rock & Roll exhibit, listening to Jason Bentley spin and then watching Moby perform live. Thanks to everyone, inlcuding our partners over at KCRW, for making the first Who Shot Rock & Roll: Live event a huge success!
People in the park by the Photography Space get settled in and have some fun before the start of the show.
KCRW's Jason Bentley took the stage at the beginning of the event spinning tunes for an hour and a half before Moby's performance.
One of the thousands in attendance - Who Shot Rock & Roll photographer, Ed Colver!
Enjoying the music during the show.
We even had what might be a first at the Photography Space - a hula hooper!
Then it was time for Moby, who started his set with an awesome acoustic performance of his hits as well as some really interesting covers, such as Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire."
He finished the night off with a DJ set...
Which the crowd just loved!
The music scene wasn't just outside. It was also inside the Space.
Throughout the night, most of the crowd came in to see the Who Shot Rock & Roll photo exhibit and the accompanying short film.
The entire park outside of the Space for Photography was transformed into one giant celebration of music and culture. So great to bring so many people together for this! Remember Who Shot Rock & Roll: Live continunes this Saturday with Portugal.The Man and then Raphal Saadiq & Band of Skulls perform on August 4th. Should be a rocking good time!
Photos by Unique Nicole at the Space