Dirty Dozen Brass Band – The Great GoogaMooga Festival 2012

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

The first performance of day two that I caught was New Orlean’s own Dirty Dozen Brass Band. I’m really glad that I arrived early because these guys are phenomenal and this is my favorite full set of images from GoogaMooga.

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photos of the New Orleans Brass Band performing at The Great GoogaMooga festival at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. May 20, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Matthew Eisman. All Rights Reserved. (Photo by Matthew Eisman/WireImage)

Photographer’s Notes

The late morning sunlight, shady stage location and nice rim lighting from the spots at the back of the stage made for a very balanced overall treatment. Plus the unique instrumentation (at least compared to a typical rock band) was also a treat to shoot.

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