Resurrection Recap


Ian Hesford and Adam Scott Miller at Telesma Resurrection – Photo by Philip Laubner

Last Friday’s Resurrection Show with Telesma well off without a hitch. With hundreds of people in attendance at Ram’s Head Live in the Inner Harbor, vibes were high, and you could feel the love from the moment you stepped foot into the room. Balti Mare started the night with a bang, and Telesma kept the energy flowing with a 90 minute set featuring their favorites from their last two albums. DJ Neil Kurland from the PEX family closed out the night.

As Adam Scott Miller painted live on stage, guest performers included Indra Lazul Bellydancers, Jeramie Bellmay, Heather Joi with Andrew Brunt, Jennifer Stephens, yours truly, and a very rare appearance by Seabuck Thornberry himself! Patricia Tamariz transformed the audience with her mythical facepaint, while Sean Conroy and Adam Scott Miller displayed and sold their wares.

There were plenty of hugs to go around, and the community of friends, fans, and family gathered to close the chapter on a trying three months for Telesma. Looking forward, Telesma plays tonight on Hard Rock Pier at the Inner Harbor as part of the 98 Rock Concert series.

If you missed the story last week, check out the amazing, terrifying, and miraculous events that Ian Hesford and the whole Telesma family has been facing sin April’s Visionary Solstice Gathering. Read the story here.

Balti Mare starts the night…


 Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil

Meanwhile backstage…


 Adam Scott Miller and Patricial Tamarix paint Ian Hesford – Photo by Philip Laubner


 Adam Scott Miller puts finishing touches on Ias Hesford – Photo by Philip Laubner

In between sets…


 Heather Joi and Andrew Brunt present a poetry/movement performance to the music of Aligning Minds – Photo by Philip Laubner

 

TELESMA!


Ian Hesford back in business! – Photo by Theresa Keil


Joanne Juskus belts it – Photo by Theresa Keil


Jason Sage in the zone – Photo by Theresa Keil


Bryan Jones on the strings- Photo by Philip Laubner


Chris Mandra and Ias Hesford – Photo by Theresa Keil


Ian Hesford on the Dij – Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Leyla Fahada of Indra Lazul Bellydancers commands the stage – Photo by Philip Laubner


Photo by Philip Laubner


Jeramie Bellmay whirls with the wind – Photo by Philip Laubner

Photo by Philip Laubner


Ian Hesford embrace Sarah Saccoccio, who helped save his live 3 months prior – Photo by Philip Laubner


Ian Hesford on stage with Tom Swiss and Sarah Saccoccio, who both saved his live on Aptil 20th – Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Philip Laubner

Adam Scott Miller 


Photo by Philip Laubner


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Philip Laubner


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Philip Laubner

Guest Performers


Bubble Fairy Jennifer Stephens – Photo by Philip Laubner


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Jeramie Bellmay dances in ecstasy - Photo by Theresa Keil 


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Philip Laubner

Dance your face off!


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil


 Photo by Theresa Keil

Neil Kurland closes out the evening


 Photo by Philip Laubner


 Photo by Philip Laubner

Feel the LOVE!


 Eduardo Rodriguez and Kat Hirsch – Photo by Theresa Keil


Andrew Brunt, Toby Verhines, and Johnny Thorne - Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Photo by Theresa Keil


Michael Folk, Jeramie Bellmay, and Cara Shinholt - Photo by Theresa Keil


 Patricia Tamariz and Jon Esposito - Photo by Theresa Keil

David London

David is a writer and artist in the MD/DC/VA area. He runs the Circus of Wonders and performs surreal magic shows all over the country.

Philip Laubner

Philip is a writer and portrait photographer based in Baltimore.

Theresa Keil

Theresa is a freelance photographer based in Baltimore