It was a busy and productive year, even to the point that I couldn’t find the time to update my site as frequently as I would have liked to. And since the beginning of 2020, things have become even more hectic, with plenty of the same-old as well as some brand new ventures and projects (stay tuned).
Rather than pen a bunch of long paragraphs discussing last year, I will show you how it went…with pictures. Just hover your mouse over the pictures to see the captions.
“The Jug” in Jacksonville, FL., where the “Gimme Three Steps” incident occurred.
Knockin’ it out of the ballpark with blues legend, Dudley Harris
Performing at the Exit 56 Blues Fest 2019
Grave of Ronnie Van Zant
At Celtic Fest 2019. The guy on the left is also a Fitzhugh
Me and my trusty 335
Performing with The Music Highway Band
With friends at Arkansas Paranormal Expo 2019
Original tomb of Ronnie Van Zant
At Great Escape – Nashville
Showing my Strat to guitar legend James Burton
Lecturing at Arkansas Paranormal Expo 2019
Playing an impromptu blues gig and live radio broadcast
Small lane leading to the former site of Ronnie Van Zant’s last home.
At Celtic Fest 2019
Lunch at the Bell family get-together in Adams, Tennessee.
Chatting with the news media at Jackson State Community College
Warming up at the Sleepy John blues jam 2019
At Celtic Fest 2019
At the Bell Family get-together, 2019, in Adams, Tennessee
Playing at the 2019 Sleepy John blues jam
At Bell Family get-together with family genealogist Sharon Bell Hamilton.
At The Great Escape – Nashville
Arkansas Paranormal Expo 2019
The Great Escape – Nashville
With Tim Henson at the Bell Family get-together 2019
Boyhood home of three rock stars. Ronnie, Donnie, and Johnnie Van Zant.
From the Bell Family get-together 2019
Old Woodcrest Grocery – The setting for “The Ballad of Curtis Loew”
Batesville Public Library
206 Highway 51 North
This free event is open to the public, and is being held in conjunction with a regular meeting of the Panola County Historical Society. The discussion will center on the “Bell Witch” legend, with special emphasis on its local Mississippi ties. The limited supply
of books to be sold and signed include, “The Bell Witch – The Full Account,” and “Ghostly Cries From Dixie.” Light refreshments will be served.