Jeff Crespi is a certified personal trainer by day and a concert goer by night. He uses his photography skills to support the music scene one show at a time. Jeff received the Asbury Park Music Award for Top Music Photographer in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. Each week he provides a glimpse into the shows he covers in Jeff Crespi Rocks the Shore.
This week Jeff provides pics from The Wonder Bar during a recent Happy Mondays night with After The Burn, Dirty and Roulette.
For more on Jeff visit his website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.
originally published: 2017-11-30 12:52:35
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