BAD RELIGION

STILL BLAZING THE TRAIL FOR PUNK ROCK

Words & Photos by Steve Cerf

November 10, 2021

The 80's punk icon band, Bad Religion, hit the stage at The Met Philadelphia Sunday night. The packed floor, with social distancing and a mask mandate thrown out the window, jumped, stomped, and moshed themselves into a frenzy. Founded in 1980, the band, now in their mid-50's and beyond, showed no indication of slowing down as they played their asses off during a 23-song setlist. Also on the bill were Alkaline Trio and Baltimore-based War on Women.

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My name is Steve Cerf and concert photography is my passion. I got into concert photography after seeing a young Freddy Mercury mesmerize his audience at the Philadelphia Civic Center back in 1977. Since then, I have photographed countless live performances of all kinds. Located in Philadelphia, my ability to experience the show and a performer’s essence and “sweat” is what I incorporate into my images.

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