Eddie Ray and Gene'O Landry after a good set at Larry Blake's (1984)
The magnificient Eddie Ray at Marin County Blues Festival (1981)
Cool Poppa at Eli Mile Hi Club.
Jimmy McCracklin at Troyce Key's house.
The most unsung hero of Oakland's blues scene, Charles Hough
The superb Frankie Lee chats with a fan outside of My Club, Oakland (1981)
A "family" portrait: Sonny Lane and girlfriend with Rod Piazza, Mississippi Johnny Waters and Rick Estrin (1981)
Mississippi Johnny Waters puts a spell on the crowd at Marin County Blues festival (1981)
Mr. Freddie Roulette with Osmin and Henry Oden on bass.
Omar Sharriff (a.k.a. Dave Alexander) with Charles Banks (bass) and Cool Poppa.
Pee Wee Crayton diggin' in (1981)
One of my favorite shots of all times, two of my heroes posing together: Lowell Fulson and Sonny Rhodes
The Brown Prince of the blues, Mr. Frankie Lee. Bobby Murray on guitar and Fred Casey on drums. More cowbell, please, Mr. Sticks!
The Bay Area's best kept treasure: the incomparable Maurice McKinnies
The Sultan of the blues, Mr. Sonny Rhodes
The Mighty Duo, J.J. Malone and Troyce Key.
Percy Mayfield and Bobby Forte. No caption necessary. Photo by Mark Sarfati I believe.
Beverly Stovall and Eddie Ray
One of the most underrated blues greats of all time: Ron Thompson (1984)