March 15, 2017 – A group of 300-400 fans gathers to see the bands Parks and Tennis perform Wednesday night at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass. Photo by Danny Nieto.
March 15, 2017 – From left to right, John Godfrey (Keyboard,) Robin Melendéz (vocals,) Brian King (guitar and vocals,) Andrew Jones (drums,) Stu Dietz (guitar,) and Joe Campbell (bass) know as the boston-based band Parks, perform for a crowd at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass. as the opening set for the American indie-pop band, Tennis. Photo by Danny Nieto.
March 15, 2017- Andrew Jones, the drummer for Parks band, drums along during the band’s opening set for Tennis at the Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass. Wednesday night. The band just licensed the rights to their debut single “Sweater Weather” to developer Harmonix to premiere in Rockband VR. Photo by Danny Nieto.
March 15, 2017 – Parks band member, Joe Campbell, tunes his bass in between songs during the band’s opening set for Tennis Wednesday night at the Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass. This is the band’s twelfth performance at The Sinclair as they hope to garner attention towards the release of their debut album, which is set to premiere later this Spring. Photo by Danny Nieto.
March 15, 2017 – Brian King (left guitar,) John Godfrey (keys,) and Stu Dietz (right guitar) of the band Parks close their opening set at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass with Parks’ original debut song “Sweater Weather,” the recent winner of the the John Lennon Songwriting Competition. Photo by Danny Nieto.