"Shawn Anderson Unplugged" Celebrates Local Music Photog's Work

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Shawn Anderson has quickly become one of the best concert photographers in town.

So it's totally fitting that Anderson, who shoots concert photos for local music blog Electric Mustache -- and, full disclosure, sometimes for us -- gets the gallery treatment tonight. The show is 7-10 p.m. at SuTRA Midtown Yoga and features three local acts playing acoustically.

"I can't think of a better way to spend a Friday night," says Shawn, in a somewhat disingenuous and self-serving way that seemingly ignores the existence of private jets, champagne and cities like Paris and New York. "You should come down, it's going to be totally rad AND boss! Oh and did I mention that the whole thing is totally free? As in no charge to you or anybody you bring."

He might be right as far as this particular Friday night in Phoenix goes, however.

(Note: Despite being talented, Shawn is also a total asshole who made his images not savable-by-right-click, so view a nice collection here.)

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