Tony Lucca “With the Whole World Watching”


Tony Lucca and friends Steve Bentz and Mic Capdevielle, along with bassist Nick Bearden came to see us at Jammin Java last Wednesday night for a 2 show knock out punch.  They are currently on a national tour this summer spreading the love on Tony’s lastest EP With the Whole World Watching.  I have been a Lucca fan for a while after seeing him perform at JJ many years ago on the recommendation of Mr. Pat McGee.  While I have always enjoyed his singer/songwriter genre of music, his new album is something to behold.  Working with the guidance of Adam Levine, Tony’s newest album is very upbeat, catchy, and very rock and roll.  Watching he and the boys play it on stage up close and personal was tremendous fun.  Have a listen at the new album HERE.  And give Tony a LIKE here.  You might be able to catch him again this fall when they open up for Maroon 5 right here at the Jiffy Lube Pavilion if you can still get a ticket.

Opening for Tony was Northern VA based band Honor By August.  See my previous post HERE.

Steve Bentz all smiles all night long.

Nick (loved that bass guitar)

Mic always grooving in the background.  He is fun to watch.

The ladies were really out as music by both Lucca and HBA are fan favorites.

Steve’s Fender.

This used to be his bass face.



Later in the second set the HBA boys snuck on stage to join Tony on one of his tunes.  When you share the same road and venues you really pick up on each other’s music…..

…and made for a great opportunity for Evan and Steve to goof around!

Holy tight jeans!  Who knew Steve could jump that high.  Look out Evan!

Great way to end a couple of great shows.

Tony’s new album is an Ace in the hole.  Go check it out and catch one of his high energy shows.

See my full gallery from both shows on my Photography FB page HERE.

  • barbara scott - August 26, 2013 - 11:23 PM

    I wanted to compliment your photos! I went to 2 shows in a week…Nashville & Birmingham…Tony & HBA were amazing! Thank you for sharing these!

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