English musician John Waite brought his long-awaited acoustic show to the Greenwich Odeum Thursday, November 11th, before a half-capacity crowd of dedicated fans.

Waite sang his originals including the top-selling 1984 hit “Missing You” as well as a few covers including the Dylan/Hendrix classic “All Along the Watchtower.” He also threw in a few songs from his first group, The Babys, including “Head First” and “Back on my Feet Again.”

What’s Up Newp’s Rick Farrell was at the show and shares some photos below.

Don’t forget …. the Greenwich Odeum has a full slate of shows coming up including the Neil Young tribute band Forever Young on November 13th, David Bromberg on November 19th, and the Marshall Tucker Band on December 2nd. Click here for details.

Rick Farrell

​Rick Farrell of Mojo Photography has been drawn to music his entire life. Maybe it was growing up in Newport, RI, host to the venerable Newport Jazz and Folk festivals. Or maybe it was the countless hours listening to his older siblings' classic LP's and 45's on the stereo in the 1960's. Whatever the reason, there has always been a strong connection.

He had originally taken up photography as a hobby, eventually gravitating towards shooting professionally in 2007. Never knowing what his true passion or niche was, proved to be very frustrating to say the least. Then in 2009 he shot a concert, and everything seemed to click. He had discovered his passion! Concert photography!

He considers himself fortunate to have photographed shows at some of the premier venues in New England, including Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium. He has literally photographed hundreds of shows, including some of the biggest acts in today’s music industry. He has photographed many esteemed festivals including the New Orleans Jazz Festival, Newport Folk Festival, Newport Jazz Festival, and Farm Aid. His work has been published in numerous outlets locally, regionally, and nationally.

Musically, he loves everything from rock to country, jazz, R&B, pop, and classical. There is no greater feeling for him than capturing a moment on stage for others to enjoy for posterity. Whatever your taste, his goal is to provide "music for your eyes."