a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, April 25, 2014

And The Band Plays On


I fired the photographer.
She was fourteen rows away.

Chuck McKnight wrote a program of the history of rock and roll. Chuck narrated and played.  Chaney, Sitton, Gillihan, Yow, McKnight and Cone are the new Highway 289 Band.  Andrew was invited as a special guest.  The link will take you to a medley of blues and rock and roll.

Radio station was broad casting live.

I'm a proud grandmother but a lousy photographer. 

15 comments:

Sandra said...

there is nothing wrong with this photo, what do you expect in a dark room that far away....

Buttons said...

Thank you Gail best 4.41 minutes I ever heard he is truly a talented boy/man. I have to go back and listen I love that sound. Hug B

Lynne said...

That grandson is going to soar . . . and I will enjoy granny's photographs while she is along for the ride . . .

Dreaming said...

You have reason to be proud. He is amazing!!

Sandy said...

Gail you should be a very proud Grandma!!! You have a star here girl!!

TexWisGirl said...

he plays so well. you just need a monopod to help steady your camera but allow some movement as needed. :)

Linda Wildenstein said...

Goodness gracious........this grandson of yours is so very talented. Love this. You have every reason to be uber proud. Linda

Teresa Powell Coltrin said...

I am a proud blogger friend of Grandma.

He knows his passion and he does it.

Sketching with Dogs said...

Great photo of the band. What a proud moment for you!
Lynne x

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Love it, love it! I would have a hard time making a video- because I would be moving to the beat..you did good!

Ginny said...

The Green Onions video below is very cool, and what wonderful guitar playing! I like this picture because it has a real ambiance and is gritty and moody.

Irene said...

Andrew has talent and I hope it takes him far in live because it is obviously in his blood to perform on the guitar. What could be a better life than to make a living doing what you love to do?

Josie Two Shoes said...

He just amazes me, and I'm so delighted he's being welcomed into the music community there, it's a powerful beginning for such a young man. I suspect we'll be seeking his autographs some day... save those baby photos, they could make you rich! :-)

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

I like the photo. I think it has atmosphere!

Sue said...

Whenever I take photos at concerts, I use the edit on my computer and lighten it up a little.

This is better than most of them I've seen, to be honest. Mine are often way darker, and I am always taking photos at concerts.

Well done.

=)

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