Sunday, September 25, 2011

Ponderosa Stomp photos - Day two

Day two of the Stomp kicked off with bluesman Little Freddie King. On the small stage Rudy Richard (pictured), former guitarist with Slim Harpo, was playing alongside Lazy Lester.

Miss Lavelle White, blues and soul singer with Duke Records in the 50s and 60s.

This is Clifford Curry, best known for She Shot A Hole In My Soul.

Here's sax honker Big Jay McNeely making his way through the crowd at the start of his set.

Arch Hall Jr played an undistinguished set with his band the Archers.

Billy Boy Arnold - most famous for I Wish You Would.

Here is Louisiana rockabilly singer Joe Clay.

This is Lady Bo.

Ben Cauley and Skip Pitts of the Bo-Keys.

Sir Mack Rice, who wrote Mustang Sally.

Stax recording artist Eddie Floyd, whose Knock On Wood remains a soul favourite.

An anguished looking Otis Clay, who made some great records for One-Derful and Hi, among other record labels.

William Bell, still looking great 50 years on from his first hit You Don't Miss Your Water.


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