1. The Endless Summer Tour | August 12, 2012 | Greensboro, NC

  2. American Spirit

    Endless Summer Tour | August 14, 2012 | Baltimore, MD

  3. First show of the tour. It’s going to be a good one.

    Endless Summer Tour | July 25, 2012 | Scottsdale, AZ | Martini Ranch

  4. Joel

    Endless Summer Tour | July 25, 2012 | Scottsdale, AZ | Martini Ranch

  5. In the lights

    Endless Summer Tour | July 25, 2012 | Scottsdale, AZ | Martini Ranch

  6. Alex

    Endless Summer Tour | July 25, 2012 | Scottsdale, AZ | Martini Ranch

  7. AG

    Endless Summer Tour | July 25, 2012 | Scottsdale, AZ | Martini Ranch

    Unfortunately I won’t be playing the first few shows on THE ENDLESS SUMMER TOUR, but I will be jumping on August 9 in Austin, TX for the remainder of the tour. I’ll be playing bass with Austin, slinging merch, and snapping photos and videos. Come say hello. Hope to see you there!

    - Chee

  8. Pat Kirch, gracefully bailing out!
Photos from our adventure to the Florider! 2012 Pat Kirch, gracefully bailing out!
Photos from our adventure to the Florider! 2012
    Pat Kirch, gracefully bailing out!
Photos from our adventure to the Florider! 2012 Pat Kirch, gracefully bailing out!
Photos from our adventure to the Florider! 2012

    Pat Kirch, gracefully bailing out!

    Photos from our adventure to the Florider! 2012

  9. Trey Trey shredding the gnar.

    Photo from our adventure to the Florider. 2012

  10. Ashley Mae Olsen Floridin’

    Photo from our adventure to the Florider. 2012

  11. Natural Summer

  12. Sweettalker jam sesh with friends.

  13. Setting up for a jam sesh. New song from Sweettalker soon.

  14. hopegaabriella, asked a question:

    If you are looking to do more creative photography and you want to save money, check out the Canon 50mm f/1.8 lens. It’s great for portraits and images with shallow depth of field and it’s only around $100!

    With the crop sensor on the t3i or the 60D, the 50mm lens will appear a bit more magnified or “zoomed in” than you may be used to so you have to move further back or get creative in tight spaces. (It is a fixed lens, meaning it doesn’t zoom in or out, so you have to position yourself and the subject before you snap the shot.)

    My suggestion would be to start with that lens, learn the ins and outs, and figure out what you like and don’t like. Once you do that, you can make a more educated and experienced decision on a fancy new lens yourself!