with James Ronstadt and the Dynamic Shufflekings drew a turnaway, Sold Out crowd to the Atherton Performing Arts Studio Saturday January 31, 2009. The venue's largest turnout, ever! ;-) For some pictures from this momentous occasion, Click Here
The Stoddard's Hale has been proud to present Travis "The Moonchild" Haddix at O'Toole's Pub the past three years and Travis' 2007 Honolulu show will be April 22nd at the New Irish Rose (see notice above.....:-)
Three Hundred Pounds Of Hongry - Eddie Hinton Track 9 Hard Luck Guy
When Were The Good Old Days? - Greg Koch Track 2 4 Days In The South
to Michael Scott who correctly identified these four "Who da Guy's" as: Eddie "One String" Jones, Sam "One String Sam" Wilson, Eddie "Guitar Slim" Jones and Alec "Guitar Slim" Seward!
Congratulations also go out to Joe Lempkowski who correctly identified the previous WDG as Mississippi Joe Caldicott and the ï¿½field researcherï¿½ who re-discovered Joe in 1967 as George Mitchell!
to Jon Sholle who correctly identified Eva Taylor (Irene Gibbons) and her husband Clarence Williams as our previous WDG ("Who da Gal?" ;-)!
to Wayne Masuda who correctly identified Louisiana Red aka Iverson Minter, his "American Blues Expatriate Neighbor" as Champion Jack Dupree and Red's 1962 Million Seller as "Red's Dream".
to Joe Lempkowski who correctly identified Archie Edwards and the photographer who "discovered" him as Axel Kï¿½stner (that's a threepeat Joe!;-)
to Joe Lempkowski who correctly identified Bo Carter aka Armenter Chatmon and the well known standard song that he wrote and recorded in 1928 as "Corrine Corrina".
to Joe Lempkowski who correctly identified Alexis Korner and his 1970's hit song as "Whole Lotta Love"
to the latest "WDG Heavyweight Champion" Werner Sirch (and current contributor ;-) who correctly identified the "Who Da Guy" before that as Jimmy Liggins and the "3D Music" song "Drunk" (that's a threepeat Werner!;-)
to Werner Sirch who correctly identified K.C. Douglas! and his hit song as "Mercury Blues".
to Werner Sirch who correctly identified John Brim (and ID'd his wife as Grace),
Joe Lempkowski who correctly identified J.B. Hutto and his nephew as Li'l Ed Williams,