Tommy Walker – Vocals
Ivan Anderson – Guitar
Billy Sapanaro – Bass
Jeff Manian – Keyboard
Marco Santini – Drums
All Photos Edited by:
Frank Cunha III
Ensemble Studio Theater, 2nd Floor
549 West 52nd Street, New York City
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The following news story shows that people will still download full albums if it is filled with great songs.
Just one week after Eminem’s Recovery became the first album to sell 1 million digital copies, Adele’s 21 has surpassed the milestone and is now the biggest-selling digital album in history. Digital sales of 21 exceed 1.017 million (out of 2.6 million total), compared with Recovery‘s 1.005 million (out of 3.9 million). Overall, almost a third (32%) of the 155.5 million albums sold in the first half of 2011 were digital, according to a midyear report released last week by Nielsen SoundScan. That’s up 19% from the same period in 2010, when 27% of 153.9 million album sales were digital.
I had another terrific opportunity to shoot with the SWEET FIX group, this time at a New York City subway station for their upcoming single “FM Radio” (appropriately the F and M lines in mid-town). To lend a hand was Dee Portera who helped me photograph the boys: Tommy Walker (Lead Vocals), Ivan Anderson (Guitar, Back Up Vocals), Bill Sapanaro (Bass), Marco Santini (Drums). And tonight (May 14, 2011) they are playing at the Crash Mansion (199 Bowery, New York, NY) if you want to come out and support them (RSVP here). Also check them out on Facebook, MySpace, ReverbNation and Twitter. More Sweet Fix by FC3 here.