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Easley, South Carolina. The Pint Station welcomes the rock portrait show of photographer C. Alan Crandall, titled: “Lights, Camera, Music,” 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 13, 2022. This specific collection of live music portraits has never before been displayed in a gallery show. A photojournalist for multiple publications, Crandall has covered concerts and music festivals for many years.
The new exhibit will offer images of B.B. King, Warren Haynes, Marcus King, Vince Herman, Billy Strings and many more. After years of covering the robust Colorado music scene, Crandall has returned to his roots in South Carolina, the state in which he grew up. “I’m excited to be back in South Carolina and to show my work from many years of covering both local and national touring acts. This is my first photography show in South Carolina and I am pleased that the Pint Station opens their walls to local artists.”
Located at 116 E Main St., Easley, The Pint Station is nestled in beautiful downtown Easley and offers 20 taps rotating your favorite local, regional and national craft beers and ciders. The Pint Station is dog-friendly, both inside and out, and also offers a retail bottle shop for craft beer, cider and wine.Artworks on display at the Pint Station are for sale by contacting the artists. Contact information for the individual artist is available next to the displays.

“Lights, Camera, Music” opening is Wednesday, April 13th at 6:30 pm at the Pint Station, 116 E. Main St., Downtown Easley. Other artworks are also on display.

For info on purchase of any show images please contact Alan at Rockymountainjams Dot com, or call 864 372 9377.

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