Brooklyn Bowl’s Photographers Are The Best in the World

Posted on Friday August 19th in

Our shows wouldn’t be remembered without the incredible documentation from so many amazing photographers. Today, we honor all photographers who keep live music memories alive with their captivating photographs. Here’s a shout out to all the incredible people who have made memories possible at Brooklyn Bowl.

A longtime friend of the house and exceptional photographer, Marc Millman, never ceases to amaze with his exquisite photos.

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Full Albums: Aaron Neville 75th Birthday Celebration, Soul Rebels, Wyclef

Corren Conway and Stephanie Marie Oberle photographed one of fiercest shows with Juliette Lewis, among others. The room was fueled with rock, and we can tell through these photos.



Full Album: Juliette Lewis

Vic Mensa got the crowd buzzing on a Monday in July, and Pip Cowley made sure to capture the highlights.


Full Album: Vic Mensa

The talented Blair Hopkins always grasps the energy and color of the room. From our 6th Birthday to a soul inspiring night with the Revivalist, she really knows how to seize the moment.



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Full Albums: Yonder Mountain String Band, the Revivalists, Everyone Orchestra

Steven Pisano never fails to capture the emotional moments musicians experience. He is a true master of his craft.



Full Album: Jeremy Loops

Colorfully rich photos and Scott Harris go hand in hand. A true savant of live music photography, Scott never lets us down when it comes to shooting a show at The Bowl.

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Full Albums: Robert Plant, Joe Russo’s Amlost Dead, Bowlive 6

Andrew Scott Blackstein has become a go to photographer for pretty much any music related event. Happy to have his mesmerizing photographs in our catalog.




Full Albums: Jane’s AddictionNicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, Leftover Salmon

Chad Anderson shot Elvis Costello with the Roots in 2013 and it was a night we will never forget, especially with this encapsulating photo.


Full Album: Elvis Costello and the Roots

Michael Jurick takes the live music experience to a whole other dimension, especially with his photos from Freaks Ball in 2012.


Full Album: Freaks Ball-Stars

Rob Chapman was a key component for capturing moments with Lettuce, Galactic, and many others at the Bowl.



Full Albums: Galactic, Lettuce

Joe Russo has been a staple to Brooklyn Bowl for years from his coverage of  Mike Gordon to the funky METERS. He makes momentous memories with his imagery.



Full Albums: Mike Gordon, the funky METERS

From the early years, we give thanks to the incredible Adam Macchia and his coverage of N.E.R.D and Snoop Dogg in 2010.



Full Albums: N.E.R.D, Snoop Dogg

For more photos from all the amazing photographers who have shot for the Bowl, check out our Flickr and Knockdown Alley Galleries.


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