Thursday, June 10, 2010

The photography of Jennifer Buck Knies

Jules with Side By Side at CBGB, NYC, Photo: Jennifer Buck Knies

We here at DCXX are total suckers for a good hardcore photo and Jennifer Buck Knies definitely shot her fair share. Not only was Jennifer going to a ton of great shows and shooting all the best bands of the late 80's, but she was also booking a boat load of killer shows at Wally's place in Bethlehem, PA and a few other local venues. Pretty much any band who swung through the east coast at that time was hitting Wally's place or Oliver J's and Jennifer was right there in the middle of it all. This is just a small sample of some of her photography, so expect more from Jennifer Buck Knies sooner than later. -Tim DCXX

Youth Of Today at the Shutdown show, CBGB, NYC, Photo: Jennifer Buck Knies


Raybeez, the man, the myth, the legend with Warzone at Oliver J's, Allentown PA, Photo: Jennifer Buck Knies


Civ with Gorilla Biscuits at Wally's Place, Bethlehem PA, Photo: Jennifer Buck Knies

Patrick Dubar with Uniform Choice at Airport Music Hall, Allentown PA, Photo: Jennifer Buck Knies


Anonymous said...

never seen photos from shuitdown show!!!!! SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

i was at that gb show. fun times.

Anonymous said...

Cappo rockin those jorts

Unknown said...

i miss raybeez. i do not miss civ's pleated dress pants, with a thin leather belt

Anonymous said...

Is Raybeez rockin a UNITY you are one Hoodie?

ShayKM said...

Sweet, sweet, sweet... This is an obvious thing to do more of! Get as many of these up as possible.

Dubar looks like he walked off a GQ shoot. I guess this is better than his Pepperdine baseball team photos.

Good job guys!

XSLABAX said...

AWESOME! It is so cool to see some pics I have never seen! I would have loved to have seen a WARZONE show. I would love to see more WARZONE stuff on here!!!

theeasysubcult said...

jen and her xlehigh valley grrrrrl crewx set some some amazing shows in and around bethlehem,pa back then.
btw, UC were pretty horrible by that point. one of my bands opened that show and it was pretty dissapointing.

Anonymous said...

Look at Dubar in that picture. What a tool.