I’m in Charlottesville, Virginia for Thanksgiving with relatives. My cousin Rick took me for a nighttime walk around the grounds of the University of Virginia, and I was feeling very Jeffersonian, what with the architecture and all, only to find this scene through the window of an old dormitory room. It seems that Edgar Allen […]
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Today would have been Billy’s 61st birthday. The legendary Outlaws guitarist is shown here on the left with friend and driver Five-O, aka Gene Key. I took this in October 1975. The Outlaws were driving north on the Pacific Coast Highway traveling from San Diego to Los Angeles when Five-O pulled over so we could […]
I’m headed to Minnesota today with the Outlaws/Blackhawk. The snow on the ground is whiter than our driver’s beard, but not as deep. Mike seems to be a good driver and a very nice guy. I’ve shown him here behind the wheel of the Pioneer Prevost tour bus somewhere between Cedar Rapids and Minneapolis.
Henry Paul and Dave Robbins from BlackHawk spent all afternoon with me driving up and down Highway 41 from Nashville towards Chattanooga looking for a particular barn to shoot in front of and never finding it. We did find some other spots and had lunch in one of the coolest burger joints I’ve ever seen. […]
In looking through my archives, it is rare to find a candid backstage shot with the entire band in it. Here, the Outlaws were getting ready to rock the Santa Monica Civic Center in October, 1975. Clockwise from lower left, Billy Jones, Monte Yoho, Frank O’Keefe, Henry Paul, and Hughie Thomasson. Everyone’s ready to go […]
Since the beginning of this blog, I have been posting random rock shots. This is the first random crowd shot. At the many concerts I’ve attended, I often turned around and found someone of interest in the crowd to shoot. These are just some anonymous people who caught my eye. I spotted this enthusiastic gal […]
When I last posted a picture from the Lexington Barbecue, my son had just graduated from high school, and it was too hot to even think about taking a picture of an open fire pit. In North Carolina, elections and barbecue go together. There’s no better venue for glad handing and politicking than a good […]