All posts by Alex Crick

Alex Crick is a Seattle based freelance photographer specializing in music photography. His interest in photography began as a school project in the early-90′s, when he also attended many live music shows. Eventually, he combined these two interests by conveying the power and excitement of live music through the eye of the camera. Over the years, he’s traveled all over the country photographing live musical acts. You can find samples of his work in SPIN, Billboard, Esquire. View his work here
  • The Darkness Brings Tour De Prance to Showbox

    It’s been almost two decades have passed since two brothers in England decided to have spot of fun by forming a band.  They teamed up...

  • Love is in the air with LP

      Love was in the air this Valentine’s Day as LP’s powerful vocal range enthralled this sold-out, all ages crowd at The Showbox. Opening for...

  • Gogol Bordello heading to Neptune

      There’s no better way to spend a evening than catching the party-like atmosphere of Gogol Bordello live in concert. The group’s gypsy punk music is...

  • Diet Cig is headed our way

    Is it possible to have fun playing in a band as you tour the world? The infectiously happy duo of Diet Cig leaves no doubt...

  • Queens of the Stone Age loves Seattle

      “We love this fucking city!” Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age shouted between songs as the crowd cheered them on. Alas, the...

  • MØ coming to Showbox SoDo

    Around this time in 2014, a Danish singer and songwriter going by the name of MØ (aka Karen Marie Ørsted) released her debut album, titled No...

  • Rancid and Dropkick Murphys band together

    It was a warm summer night in Seattle, perfect for attending a sold-out performance by legendary punk rockers Rancid at WaMu Theater. Opening the evening were two-tone...

  • Bush’s Emotional Return

    Guest contributor and music photographer extraordinaire Neil Lim Sang shares his emotional experience of seeing Bush perform at the Showbox SoDo last week to go alongside Alex...

  • PJ Harvey marches into WaMu

    PJ Harvey’s show at WaMu Theatre started with a marching band coming onstage, much the same way you would see a street marching band in a...

  • Ann Wilson at The Moore

    In 1975 sisters Ann & Nancy Wilson rose to fame, breaking through the barriers of rock & roll with the band Heart, bringing their hard hitting...

  • Take Your Valentine to DeVotchKa at The Showbox

    SMI loves quirky bands that disrupt the normal gene defining molds of music. One such act is  DeVotchKa, who happen to be coming to town this Tuesday,...

  • Bad Religion at SoDo on Wednesday

    Over the past thirty years we’ve seen musical styles come and go, but one band has remained true to their musical roots.  Bad Religion has...