Monthly Archives: September 2012

Onstage portrait

Usually when someone poses for a portrait, it’s in a studio or during an outdoor photo shoot. I don’t often have the opportunity to shoot a portrait onstage in front of an audience. But this shot of my old friend, singer/songwriter Mike Walkup is an exception to the rule. Just before C & M Traveling […]

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Yet another vintage Outlaws photo

I took this photo of Hughie Thomasson just before or just after sound check at Balboa Stadium on October 22nd or October 23rd, 1975 in San Diego, California. I remember it was a day or two after the classic Game 6 of the 1975 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Cincinnati Reds, […]

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Outlaws doppelganger

I was finished for the night. Had packed up my gear and stowed it in the Outlaws tour bus. Got a cold drink and was ready to chill to Green Grass and High Tides at the Eagle’s Nest in Chesapeake, Virginia. Was hangin’ with Chris Boyd and Little Hank off the side of the stage […]

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The Notorious Nora Jean

Spotted on the streets of Asheville Friday afternoon – the notorious Nora Jean and her resonator mandolin. She accounts for eight of  Thirteen Strings and a Two Dollar Bill, a very listenable Americana outfit busking and attracting a good crowd. She may be notorious, but she is also cute as a button.

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Another vintage Outlaws photo from the Anthology booklet

This shot is published for the first time ever in the 32 page booklet included in the new Outlaws Anthology set. It is an outtake from the photo session in front of the Depot, a Nebraska Avenue bar in Tampa, where we shot the photo that appeared on the back of the band’s first album. […]

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Vintage images with newly released Outlaws CD Anthology

Outlaws fans should be aware that Cleopatra Records has released an Outlaws 4 CD set titled Anthology [Live and Rare] 1973-1981. Included in the CD package is a 32 page booklet that contains several of my vintage black and white images. About half of them have never been previously published, so they are as rare […]

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Blackberry Smoke at the Brothers & Sisters Music Festival

The sisters were not to be found on stage, but the brothers held down the fort quite nicely at Blackberry Smoke’s first annual music festival in Atlanta last weekend. Don’t get me wrong, the sisters were everywhere off stage, and they were… how to say it… easy on the eyes. All the bands sounded great, […]

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Greasepaint and guitars

I had heard of Unknown Hinson, but never saw him perform until last weekend. Let me tell you, this guy looks a bit unusual, but he can flat out play a guitar. Even though he could give Groucho Marx a run for his money in the greasepaint department, he is a serious player. It was […]

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