Outlaws drummer Monte Yoho and tour manager Chris Boyd were at the front of the bus as we emerged from the Lincoln Tunnel and began a one day southern rock invasion of Manhattan. I had just hopped off the bus for a short hike over to photographer’s nirvana, otherwise known as the B&H Photo Superstore, […]
Monthly Archives: August 2013
After 28 years, Steve Grisham has returned to the Outlaws, replacing Billy Crain, who left the band in June. Since all eyes seem to be on the new/old guy, I thought I’d post a couple pics from Wednesday night in Atlanta. So how does the new line-up sound? Well, great, of course. What else would […]
Dickie Betts and Great Southern, The Outlaws, and Wet Willie played last night in Atlanta. With all these guys who have known each other for so long, you just knew there was going to be a jam session at some point. And they certainly delivered. Here Chris Anderson and Henry Paul of the Outlaws are […]
Even though I suck at shooting flowers, I couldn’t help but stop and see what opportunities there might be in a patch of roadside sunflowers I spotted along I-40 near Hickory. Now that my flower jones, with all of its inherent frustration is out of my system, I can go back to shooting my usual […]
I hadn’t seen them play in over twenty years, so I was more than ready when the Carter Brothers hit the stage at Ziggy’s in Winston-Salem, NC Friday night. It was just like old times. I’ll post more tomorrow. It’s late and I still have to drive back to Hickory.
There is no good excuse for completely losing touch with old friends for absolutely no reason. Yet, that is what I have managed to do with Dan and Tim Carter. I think I shot this in 1981 for one of their early album covers, which would make it 32 years old. I last saw them […]
Visited Moses Cone state park on the Blue Ridge Parkway Friday afternoon. In addition to shooting some flowers, which I have previously explained I suck at, I made this architectural detail shot of the porch railing at the Cone Manor House. The photo resembles a row of pawns on a chessboard, reminding me that I […]