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Piling out of Dan Electro's at 2 in the morning.

For many of these guys, the night is just beginning.

Why look - there's Sonny, Sandy, Charles, Jeannie....


We had a good time when Tab Benoit dropped by at Dan Electro's the other night.

When I arrived home at 4am, I was greeted with email from Jeffrey, who had already sent some digital photos he had taken just two hours earlier (including this one!).

I'm on the left, with Jimmy Rose, Tab, and Teri Greene.

The Scott family is usually well represented at the DanElectro's jam.

Kenneth Scott always shows up, usually brings family (Siblings Elwood, Alfred or Amarantha) or friends (here's Michelle) and always supports the musicians with applause, dancing, pizza, and more!



Sue Rock, Lizzie Harrah, Louis & Roger.
One picture better be worth a thousand words!

Here's a shot from the stage at Dan Electro's Guitar Bar.

The room is L-shaped, so there's a whole different view if one looks to the left. I'll have to get a picture of that, too!

It's only reasonable to follow up with a crowd shot from The Big Easy.



O.K., so...uh...

Things do get a little wierd on Halloween night.

My friend Sue Rock and I were among those that chose to show up in costume.

Sue and Lizzie came as Viking girls, but there's a better picture on my "Fun Foto Page".

If you think we were taking Halloween seriously, just check out these next guys!


Graham Guest and John Chupin (of MOSES GUEST) chose Halloween to let their feminine side come forth.

After a few beers, Brian Turner thinks that these girls are lookin' mighty HOT!

Listening to the music!
Dennis Russell (standing, left), Brad McCool, Miriam Huisenfeldt (who always requests 'Hazy Day'... don't I love it!?), Jen Stagg, Sam Massey, somebody I don't recognize, and a lot of people behind them do what we are supposed to do... supporting the musicians onstage by enjoying the music at The Big Easy.
Yes, this is the image in the icon!


On the left - John Paul, Carrie and Wednesday pose on the patio, just a moment before the chair that John Paul was in broke a leg (in keeping with show business tradition).

On the right - Nancy and I, behind the bar at Dan Electro's Guitar Bar.

Kevin 'Snit' Fitzpatrick and Tom 'Sterno' Berno have decided that something's funny. There's a lot of funny business going on when we all get together.

Who knows...

they might have been laughing at me....

Or you!



Kurt Linhoff worked as a guitar wizard and played bass in Houston years ago, before moving to Colorado.

Imagine my surprise, when I stepped off the stage and saw these two!



Roger Tausz and Kieth York smile for the camera.

These are two guys that have been through the wars, and in the trenches for as long as I have, and they're both fun to play with.

There's one thing that both jams have in common...there's often even more fun going on offstage.

Rick Lee and Sonny James relax before stage time.

We do a lot of relaxin'!

I'll be adding more photos as they are taken, submitted and scanned...

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