The poster for our gig at the Davey Lamp Folk Club, October 25, 2014.
The end of the last concert on our tour, at Victoria Hall, in Settle. A great night and a great tour.
Councilman Nick Licata presents me with the 40th Anniversary Proclamation, Seattle City Council Chambers, September 2014. Photo by Dana Robinson Slote, Real Change News.
Singing to the Seattle City Council, September 2014, on the 40th anniversary of legalized busking. Photo by Dana Robinson Slote, Real Change News.
Oregon Country Fair 2012. Photo Sue Misao
Goodnight Irene. Victoria Hall, Settle, UK
OCF 2012. Sue Misao
Folkpunch CD release at Brad's Swingside Cafe. From left: Artis the Spoonman, Mark Ettinger, Jim Page.
Me and Artis at the 2014 Pike Place Market Busker Festival.
Me at the Busker Festival.
Me and Joe Martin at the Busker Festival.
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Mark Ettinger, Billy Oskay (hidden) and I at the late night Sunday Truffle Booth gig, Oregon Country Fair.
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Mark Ettinger, Billy Oskay (you can just see his head between Mark and I), and myself. Sunday night Truffle Booth, OCF.
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Friday night, Springfield creamery booth, OCF. That's Artis you can see on the right side.
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Me and Scott Law, OCF.
Mad Pride, at the Oregon Country Fair. I love the giant fly.
At the Village Pump Festival, onstage with Roy Bailey.
With Barry Melton at his home in Davis, CA. Barry produced my first record way back in 1975 and we've been great friends ever since.
Playing with Leftover Salmon. No idea where or when, but I know it was fun.
Village Pump Festival, Trowbridge, UK.
Migrations Festival, Taipei. On stage with Yung-Feng.
Solo at The Couth Buzzard Bookstore.
Sitting in with Vince Herman and Great American Taxi, at Salmonstock, Ninilchik, Alaska.
With Grant Darmody at Couth Buzzard.
Preseli Folk Club, Wales, 1979. What a great place that was! I have recently reconnected with the venue organizer, Reg Dyer. After all these years it was great to see him again in England. Rock on Reg!
Preseli Folk Club, 1979.
Playing on the University of Washington campus. It's hard to believe that I actually did that. My goal every time was to disappear and let the event happen. And I pulled it off often enough to keep coming back. I did it for 6 years, 1971 to 1977.
Outdoor somewhere in Seattle. Judging by the guitar I would guess 1972.
With my good friend from the old California days, Chris Ramey. The guitar I'm playing is a 1965 Epiphone Texan that Ramey gave me. He had gotten into buying and selling guitars, he had 75 of them, and since we all played Epiphones back in the day and I didn't have one, he gave it to me. I tried to pay for it but he wouldn't take no for an answer. He died a couple of years later. Goodbye Chris.