On January 15th, I had to opportunity to witness one of the best rock-and-roll bands to ever come out of the 70s at one of my hometown venues — the Fremont Theater here in San Luis Obispo, California. I remember as a kid growing up with 70s rock-and-roll due to having older parents, so once I saw that Blue Oyster Cult was coming to town, I had to jump on the opportunity to not only see them, but to be able to photograph them as well.
Never give up the opportunity to witness some of the most legendary musical acts…
The band sounded and looked just as good as they did back in the day. The chemistry between bass player Danny Miranda and singer/guitarist Buck Dharma made the performance so much more enjoyable. At the end of the night, when they busted out their hit single “Don’t Fear The Reaper” (the song everyone was patiently waiting to hear), the crowd went wild with their woos and cheers.
Never give up the opportunity to witness some of the most legendary musical acts, because you never know when or if they will retire or stop playing. So, if Blue Oyster Cult happens to come to a city near you, make sure you take the time to purchase tickets to see this one-of-a-kind legendary rock-and-roll act.
Photography by Gunnar Velten