The stuff you won’t see on the website

Those of you that have been following the GBP closely will have noticed a couple of new band photos floating around on the net. We needed these images for a festival submission, and with our busy rehearsal schedule (READ: beer pong practice sessions) we’d left things a little late. So at the last minute, we got dressed up, put on our blues faces and headed off to the secret band photo shoot location (I’ll give you a hint…it’s the garden outside our bandroom).

Fortunately, the Gloucester Blues Project and our network of loving fans are probably more well-equipped to run a high-end media production company than play the blues. This is not to say that we can’t string together a little ditty here and there, but between us we have a plethora of skills from graphic designers and journalism students to video editors and a much-loved and very useful photographer we call Tania (check out her blog here). Tania jumped in with great professionalism and snapped some awesome photos (you can find some on our website and Facebook page). We, however, were a little less professional. Here’s a collection of images that you aren’t likely to see in festival programs and press releases…

Got a little Captain in you?

Got a little Captain in you?

Does this look familiar?

Does this look familiar?

How about now?

How about now?

The Gloucester Blues Project messing around on the roof

What is it about a roof top that just makes you want to act like an ass?

The Gloucester Blues Project playing on the roof

More roof top shenanigans

~ by Ian on January 28, 2011.

One Response to “The stuff you won’t see on the website”

  1. Oh my goodness, I have garden gnomes! The Mom

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