LOOK Sunbanks Music Festival May 2017 In the home of my friend, teacher and Gramy-nominated artist Cedric Burnside. Trading licks in his kitchen down in the hill country of Holly Springs, MS. With my dear friends Ed Adams and Bryan Morris (both PHENOMENAL musicians as well as people) playing Seville Quarter in Pensacola, FL. Photocred: Ruth Spicer Down at the train tracks in industrial Pensacola FL where I’d go to play when I was learning. Photocred: Po10tial Magazine In Richmond, VA at the Camel with The Bush League’s heavy hitting rhythm section. Photocred: Chandler Moulton In the Greenbelt in Austin TX (I was watching a water moccasin swimming towards me and fixing to jump up out of the chair – watch the “Hey Baby” music video to see it happen) That day Ed and I went to Opp, AL for the Rattlesnake Rodeo (look it up, them folks actually race snakes) and then had a show later on. At Seville Quarter with blues, folk and roots artist Michael McCarthy and The Bush League’s bassist Royce Folks (who heard us playing and ran up with his bass, Black Betty). Photocred: Ruth Spicer. At The Camel in Richmond, VA. Photocred Chandler Moulton. At the famous Florabama down on the Florida/Alabama state line with Ed and Brandon McKendrick on drums. We were playing the same stage as the Cedric Burnside Project that night (that is his guitar player Trenton Ayers’ guitar he was letting me use! Photocred: Ruth Spicer. Loading in at The Camel in Richmond, VA. Photocred: Chandler Moulton. The morning after me and Ed sat in with The Cedric Burnside Project at The Thirsty Hippo in Hattiesburg, MS. About 10 minutes after arriving in Austin TX on my way to the Northwest. Photocred: Probably Josh Shelton Magazine photo down at the train tracks for Po10tial Magazine’s “Last Words” article in which I had the pleasure of being artist of the month. In Austin TX. Photocred: Probably Josh Shelton. At the Florabama with Ed and Brandon. The Cedric Burnside Project were kind enough to let us come play a set. In Richmond VA in the oldest commercial building of downtown (you’d have to see the rest – currently Shockoe Whiskey and Wine/Cigars Lounge) with The Bush League’s own Royce Folks. Getting heavy with Black Betty! Down at one of the old cemetaries in Pensacola FL. Photocred: Edward A. McGrath. In the Greenbelt River in Austin TX during filming for a music video by Probably Josh Shelton (who also took this photo).