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Young the Giant, Crystal Ballroom, 94/7 FM, Portland, Oregon
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http://www.youngthegiant.com/


http://www.947.fm/December-2-Remember-2011-/11181945

94/7 FM Alternative Rock in Portland, Oregon invited me out to shoot the first of their week-long concert series, December to Remember. On Monday night, Young the Giant, with special guest The Kooks, got the series started off right with a high energy performance that got the Crystal Ballroom shaking again.

Given access to a corner in front of the stage, I did my best to capture the energy in the room in this panorama, which can also be found at http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=5caac7d7-726c-4fa0-bed5-cda126621f2b

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Copyright: Thomas Hayden
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Uppladdad: 06/12/2011
Uppdaterad: 26/08/2014
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Tags: concert; rock; alternative; radio; crowd; music; performance; night; evening; rock and roll; fans; musicians; gig; portland; pdx; 94/7; fm
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