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Gary Clark Jr. Brings His JPEG RAW Tour To The “Bright Lights” of Philadelphia’s Metropolitan Opera House

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Gary Clark Jr. stormed The Met Philly last night with his “JPEG RAW” tour, delivering a blistering set that left the crowd in awe. From the first distorted chords of “Maktub,” it was clear Clark meant business. His guitar work seamlessly fused blues, rock, and soul, creating a raw, unpredictable soundscape.

The setlist was a rollercoaster, featuring standout tracks like “When My Train Pulls In” and “JPEG RAW.” Clark’s band, a powerhouse ensemble, provided a rock-solid foundation for his explosive solos and soulful vocals. Highlights included the ethereal “Our Love” and the politically charged “This Is Who We Are,” which ignited the audience.

The pinnacle of the night was “Bright Lights,” where Clark’s solo channeled rock legends, driving the crowd wild. The encore, featuring “You Saved Me” and “Funk Witch You,” left the audience craving more.

Gary Clark Jr. didn’t just perform; he dominated The Met Philly, proving why he’s one of the most dynamic musicians today.

Gary Clark Jr. Tour

T. Cody Strubel is the founder of Rock Documented, a platform he established in September 2015. As the Lead Photographer, Writer, and Editor, Cody has been instrumental in shaping the site's content and visual aesthetic. His exceptional work in music photography was recognized by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame, where he was voted "Best Photography" at their inaugural event. Cody's equipment of choice includes two Nikon D850s, a Nikon 22-70mm 2.8 VR, a Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, and a Black Rapid Shoulder Strap. His passion for music and photography, combined with his commitment to promoting local talent, makes him a vital voice in the Central Pennsylvania music scene.

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