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Voice of the Wetlands Festival Friday October 11th 2013
Added this am, a couple Images from the Royal Southern Brotherhood Saturday night......Here are a few pics(I have many more but theres no way to do them all, just a taste till early next week...) from day 1 the Voice of the Wetlands Festival with Dash Rip Rock joined by Jim Dandy of Black Oak Arkansas.....yes the REAL Jim Dandy!! The evening was consummated with the annual Friday Night Guitar Fights where I heard sounds of guitars en mass that I have never heard come from a stage before, perhaps a “Guitar-gasm"............guess thats what happens when theres a 7 person rhythm section......Tommy Malone opened with an off the hook version of “Straight Shot”, then Zito's “Don't Think Cause Your Pretty”, Devon Allman led “No Way Out”, then Tab came on with “Night Train To Nashville”.....there were others by Bill Davis and Papa Mali that escape me, but one things for sure, I had a smile from ear to ear, along with everyone out there, truly an amazing musical “experience”.......great times!! Be sure to get down to the Voice of the Wetlands Festival today and tomorrow for a continuation of this incredible musical line up at Voice of the Wetlands Festival .
Keywords: Bill Davis, Devon Allman, Live Music Shoots, Mike Zito, Native Orleanian Fine Photography, Papa Mali, Tab Benoit, Voice Of the Wetlands Festival, jerry moran
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