A great shot of the Hurley/Ernie Ball Stage. Which was the 2nd main stage on tour. A packed house every stop!!
Max Green of Escape The Fate. One of the tours best drawing bands. Max is a great guy and HUGE EB/MM supporter. I was chatting with him yesterday and he was explaining his latest idea for a new tatoo. "Ernie Ball" in the EB font will soon be front and center on the outside of his right for arm. THANKS MAX!!!
Full time MM endorsee Nick Kent of Londons TAT. Nick has been playing a SR5 for 6+ years. He also had a brand X 4 string on tour with him...which had some problems. Nick picked up the SR4 and hasn't set it down since!
The one...the only Tatiana DeMaria from TAT. In a totally un-related matter one of the female guitar players pictured in this thread recently took delivery of a 25th Anniversary guitar and loves it. She's got plans to take it home and really dig into the instrument while writing new material for the next 3 weeks before going back out on tour in September. Not that Im mentioning any names!
Long time EB/MM supporter Roger of Less Than Jake. Roger is a great man and always willing to go the extra distance for EB/MM. He's been on a tone of warped tours. And in fact played his first Sterling while on Warped back in the late 1990's and hasn't set them down since.
Ernie Ball sponsored band Sing It Loud and a great shot of some logo's you may recognize.
A great crowd shot during Escape The Fate's set on the Hurley/Ernie Ball stage.
Jerry from VersaEmerge showing off his Axis Super Sport. Great great young band that played our Battle stage all summer long. Go youtube them. One of the most recorded bands of the summer.
Emily Ellis of the Battle Band Valentine rocking the Pomona crowd on Warps first day.
Backstage at MS2(Hurley/Ernie Ball Stage). Keep your eyes peeled for this beast driving down the freeway.
Longway, this years BBQ Band, playing their last set of the summer on MS1. Great crowd all day.....so the boys decided to invite a few of them on stage!
Come rain or shine....Warped stops for nothing!! I hope some of you had a chance to make it out. I'll be adding some more great shots of our stages as our crew gets back home and settles in.