Oh yea, that's the note we were looking for out
of that Gibson Firebird
Mike blowing a killer solo as Paul gives his nod
Horn Section Director and Arranger Paul Ashwell
The one and only Pat Belliveau on Baritone Sax
JV played slide on a Burns "DoubleSix" during
Rob Vulic looking suave and debonair
Looks like Curtis finally got his tone dialed in
The great hands of Rob Vulic
Curtis Cripps on the Secretly Tuned
Fender Precision (above) and his prized Fender Jazz Bass
Little V's adopted uncles Kenny and
Paul drove all day to see for themselves how he played.
Curtis and Corbie backstage before the show
Steve Williams on Tenor Sax
The Mighty Jim Pugsley
earned that ice cold wobbly pop. Excellent mix out front as
the audience to your right will attest to.
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Johnny V invited Little V (who ain't
so little these days) to join the band for their performance
at South Country Fair. 2 Drummers, 6 piece horn section,
Bass, Keyboards, and plenty o' guitar. It was a mighty night
of serious music and groove.
Big V and Little V
The New Mighty Scorned Horns
Rob and Little V
Corbie and Curtis
Paul Ashwell and Marty Majorowicks
Look at that horn section. Man did those guys
Little V laying it down
Curtis Cripps and Little V. He's such a great
Greg Robertson on Bass Trombone
Two Drummers!!!!! Nothing like it!!!
Rob Vulic and Little V during their drum solo
Curtis and Johnny checking out Little V's chops
during his drum solo with Rob.
Corbie Dorner played and sang his butt off.
Hanging backstage getting
ready to hit it with the band.
Big V and Little V chilling out before the gig.
JV pulled out the
Telecaster and closed the show with "Last Date". Some real
pretty string bending going on in that one.
Shot from the soundbooth. That's Jim
in the left hand corner bent over the board working hard to
make this band sound excellent!!!!
Gigs done, were on the
road again and Little V is off in Snoozeville. Job well done
James, you should be proud of yourself!!!!