Stealing the Setlist | thanks!

The opening night of Stealing the Setlist was a success far beyond anything I had expected – the turnout was overwhelming. A big thanks to everyone who came along and bought a print, a book or some postcards – your support for FBi 94.5FM is much appreciated.

[Photo by Ben Goddard]

An especially massive thanks to:

  • Mel Nahas at MART Gallery.
  • Julia Thomas, Erin Flanagan, Caroline Gates, Anna Burns and all the other stellar people at FBi 94.5FM for the amazing support and promotion.
  • The sickeningly-talented Chris Deal for not only providing the slick flyer and book cover designs, helping me to hang the pictures, but also rocking the beer/merch stand all evening – outstanding!
  • The lovely Lee Tran Lam for the photo blurbs and press release.
  • Lena Balout & Terry Barridge at Creative Soldier for the best-looking photographic prints and beautiful glossy postcards I could ever have hoped for.
  • Garry Trinh from Blurb, for getting the book printed in record time, and getting the word out to the local media in the lead-up to the launch.
  • Lew Palaitis from Hardware Gallery for the immaculate framing.
  • Singha Beer for getting everyone liquored up.

I’m also extremely grateful to the following people, media outlets & websites for their support:

Lastly, a big thank you to all the bands featured in the photographs – love you all.

Here’s a few photos from the night.

[Photos by Nik Thorup]

[Photos by Ashley Mar]

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