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PHOTO REVIEW: Guttermouth live in Santa Ana at The Observatory

Written By | Aug 3, 2016

Photo by Tali Winshman. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

LOS ANGELES, August 3, 2016 — On July 24, Guttermouth opened for Face To Face at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California, a show which was opened by Western Settings and Implants. While the days of Guttermouth singer Mark Adkins shoving drumsticks into places one probably should not while on stage are gone, Guttermouth still knows how to entertain.

The party has yet to leave Guttermouth and the amount of fun they have both on the stage and falling off of it, remains the same as it always has. This can sometimes lead to varying results in regards to quality of performance, which is to be expected at a Guttermouth show. It is all part of the package. This night in Santa Ana proved to be a fantastic performance for their hometown fans. The following is a photo review of the Guttermouth set as seen through the lens of photo journalist Tali Winshman.

ALL PHOTOS BY TALI WINSHMAN

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Photo by Tali Winshman. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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Photo by Tali Winshman. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED




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Kevin Wells

Kevin J. Wells was born and raised in the Los Angeles area in a town called Montrose. He is the Sports Editor and a baseball and punk music columnist at Communities Digital News. He also writes for New Noise Magazine and currently plays guitar for and is a founding member of the Los Angeles punk rock band, Emmer Effer.