ME at Hanover House corner NYC I'm standing where Woody Guthrie wrote "This Land Is Your Land"
ME at Steamer No. 10 Theatre 50th Birthday Concert, with octave mandolin
ME at The Linda National Style O ukulele, shot by the great Andrzej Pilarczyk
RJS at Brunswick BBQ Stuff, lots of stuff we play
RJS at The Egg ME with my Ramblin Jug Stompers brethren, shot by Martin Benjamin. Left that shirt in a Baltimore hotel room.
Lost Radio Rounders promo shot ME and Tom Lindsay in Troy. ME with National RM-1 mandolin, TL with my National El Trovador
Lonesome Val at the Hangar, Troy NY What a joy to play this date with Val Haynes, Todd Nelson, Al Kash and James Alanson Kirk
ME with Patti Smith Every dream realized—Emanuel Baptist Church, Albany NY
ME and Pete Seeger It still amazes me that I got to know enough to call him friend, even if for just a little while.
ME and Peter Case at Caffe Lena Is there a better living songwriter in America than Peter Case? I doubt it. Love it when he asks me to play the blues. Photo by Al Goldberg.
Frank Jaklitsch and ME My musical brother in arms, the Songman. At Union College Dylan Tribute, Schenectady NY.
ME and Kevin Maul at Steamer No. 10 Theatre One of my favorite musical partners. He's featured on four of albums and I am honored by his contributions.
ME and Stephen Clair at Jalopy, Brooklyn NY Stephen Clair is a very special man. I'm proud to be his friend in music and all other pursuits. Backing him for a handful of Jalopy gigs is high on my list of musical memories.
ME, with, well... Yes, with Pete Seeger's banjo, Hyde Park, NY. Touching history.
Rosanne Raneri and ME, Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Albany NY VOG. It's an acronym. It means Voice of God. It's spelled Rosanne.
ME at The Linda in Albany Here I'm playing Tom Waits' "Jockey Full of Bourbon" on a $70 Harmony tenor banjo. Used once, and gone.
Kyle Miller and ME at Stockade Imports Oh, I miss that acoustic blues series in Saratoga Springs. KM is blowing some harp for while I bang out Sleep John Estes on the National mandolin.
ME and Greg Haymes at Union College, Schenectady NY My best man, GH, at the Dylan tribute. ME, pens in pocket and electric guitar. I am not apologizing.
RJS at Howland Cultural Center, Beacon NY ME with Jug-a-various Mach II, and Wild Bill on such and so forth.