Who Shot Rock & Roll: Live went out with a bang this past Saturday. The third and final show in the free concert series continued to bring people to the Annenberg Space for Photography in the name of art and music.
Attendees took advantage of the great summer weather in the park just outside of the Photography Space.
KCRW's Anne Litt kicked off the evening's entertainment with a terrific DJ set starting at 7 o'clock.
Everyone was in a great, festive mood - smiles all around!
Think you've seen the Who Shot Rock & Roll photo exhibit? Well, we've just installed a brand new outdoor installation as part of the show. Crowds gathered around the over dozen images peppered in front of the main entrance of the Photography Space.
Saadiq took the stage just after 8 o'clock and put on an amazing show.
He performed a strong, energetic set list with a six-piece band. Wow!
Band of Skulls was up next and the English rockers did not disappoint.
They played some of their big hits such as "Sweet Sour" and "Death by Diamonds and Pearls."
What a way to cap off this concert series! Thanks to our partners over at KCRW but most of thanks to all of you for helping bring the community together for these special events intended to bring awareness to photography, music and all types of art. We hope everyone enjoyed Who Shot Rock & Roll: Live!
(Images by Unique Nicole for the Space)