Music Photography by Joe Papeo

Photos: The Offspring played Terminal 5

Terminal 5, NYC, 9.19.2012 – The Offspring, touring in support of their new album, Days Go By, stopped into a packed Terminal 5 playing a set that mixed up their hugely popular 90s punk rock with songs off their newest release.

Neon Trees opening for The Offspring was a bit odd for me.  Their music is actually not too different in terms of genre; both being a sort of pop punk band.  But their peak’s are separated by about 20 years and the types of crowds they draw are vastly different.  I expected a bit more energy out of The Offspring but they did sound great.  Shooting was fun and their lighting was actually better than I expected.


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One Response to “Photos: The Offspring played Terminal 5”

  1. Tony says:

    It almost bingrs tears to your eyes when you read the detailed description, and view photos taken during they heyday years, and even in the 1970 s when Amtrak still ran service there. And then to see the pictures and read the horror stories of what happened in the late 1980 s thru mid 1990 s, before the founding members of the CTRC stepped in. I still remember a brief visit there I made in spring 1989 with the WNYRHS, even though there was some water damage then, everything was still very much intact. Somewhere in my collection is a few photos I took on that day. When I find them I’ll make sure the CTRC gets copies for the gallery and flickr.Very interesting reading on the history of Buffalo too, which I believe is still the gateway to the midwest, and like both Central Terminal and the Erie Canal, is a sleeping giant ready to reawaken, given the attention it needs from the powers that be, both in Albany and in Washington.

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