I was pretty curious about Little Miss Nasty since I’ve first heard of them, so besides four smoking hot chicks, I honestly didn’t know what to expect from the show. Gina and the Eastern Block opened the set with a very energetic performance that got the crowd all warmed up and rowdy. Before talking about the performance of Little Miss Nasty, let me give a huge shout out to their support crew. I was impressed how the guys set up the stage for the performance. You’ll see from the pictures how much work was done in a very short period of time.
Alright, Little Miss Nasty took the stage and my jaw dropped. The description in their website nails it down saying “Little Miss Nasty is the wildly successful Los Angeles based lifestyle brand and high energy rock and roll dance show full of beautiful, talented and irresistibly bad ass girls.” This pretty much sums everything up.
Gus was Born and raised in Brasilia, Brazil but have been living in Raleigh, NC since 2000.
Headshot Photographer under Peter Hurley, Gus started shooting concerts in mid 2014 and felt in love with it and hasn’t stopped since.
Gus is a very active fiction book reader and when he’s not working, taking pictures or sleeping, Gus loves riding his Mountain Bike and can also be found shooting (guns and cameras) USPS and 3Gun matches.
His favorite bands are Metallica, Pearl Jam, Whitesnake, Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Pantera, RATM, Beastie Boys and it goes from there. Gus also enjoy listening to EDM, Jazz, Classic and pretty much anything that has good music quality, not to mention his favorite Local Band, Jack the Radio
Latest posts by Gus Samarco (see all)
- Overhung’s debut album ‘Moving Ahead’–Indian hard rock in the vein of the 80s and 90s - February 11, 2018
- Being naughty in Raleigh with Little Miss Nasty - February 2, 2018
- Carolina Rebellion will set Charlotte on fire again! - January 30, 2018