UTG PHOTOS: Yellowcard, Memphis May Fire & Emarosa (11/7/14)


Under The Gun’s Head of Photography, Corbin Alvae, stopped over at The Crofoot in Pontiac, MI to catch Yellowcard and others live.

I’m back at it again with yet another new photo set. I stopped over at one of my favorite home venues last week to catch Yellowcard‘s most recent headlining tour. First off, it’s starting to get to that season of cold here in Michigan. I don’t do well in the cold and it’s one of things I highly dislike once November hits. But this isn’t a weather report, this is about one fantastic line-up that came through The Mitten to provide fans with some amazing performances.

The show kicked off with Emarosa. The band’s new vocalist, hometown hero Bradley Walden, began by immediately getting into the crowd, receiving the ultimate welcome home from his fans. Emarosa started the night off perfectly with a killer set.

Memphis May Fire took the stage next, and as I’ve been a fan of MMF for awhile now, I knew that their performance would be spot-on. They definitely did not disappoint. Matty Mullins’ vocals were on point and their set had the entire crowd inside the venue losing their minds, moshing, and swaying in unison from left to right.

Lastly, our headliner, Yellowcard. I knew that the band’s performance was going to be amazing as soon as frontman Ryan Key walked onto the stage with the rest of the band and the entire venue started screaming and cheering. Yellowcard brought it all for the rest of the night and put on a performance that resulted in the Michigan stop being the craziest show on their tour.

Well done, Michigan, you made me proud!




Corbin Alvae

Tour Manager.
Road Warrior.
Artist Manager at Brace Yourself Management.
Head of Photography at UTG.
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