Sam Bentley & His Honky Tonk Band were playing at a classic Texas Honky Tonk. Olin Melton had to be out of town so Sam got the great Charlie Pritchard to set in on lead quitar.
All our friends had a great time, the band was having fun, and some of our other musician friends stopped in, too! How special is it when you have Albert Perez set in on drums to give Jerry a rest? And, singers like Jason Arnold and Roy do a tune or two?
Sam Bentley & His Honky Tonk Band……playing in a classic honky tonk!! — with Al Kentfield, Charlie Prichard, Sam Bentley and Wesley Downey.
Where’s Sam’s hat? Doesn’t he always wear a hat? Is he trying to confuse us? 🙂
The great Charlie Pritchard sat in on lead guitar while Olin was traveling.
Wes Downey always looks so doggone serious….on stage that isWes Downey always looks so doggone serious….on stage that is
Al Kentfield can make that pedal steel sing!! — with Al Kentfield.
Glen Collins stepped up the mic for a couple of his originals
Jason Arnold didn’t have a gig for a change…..probably something to do with the bandage on his wrist. Maybe he couldn’t play the bass, but he could still sing!!
Looky here!! Our old friend Albert came in and relieved Jerry on the drums for a while. We just don’t get to see him play that often!
While Albert took care of the drumming for a couple of songs, Jerry got to sit and rest with his lovely Crystal!
Let me tell you, folks, that’s a lot of talent on that stage! — with Al Kentfield, Charlie Prichard, Jason Arnold and Wesley Downey.
Jerry’s back on the job waiting for the singers to decide what they want to do next.
Even Roy got up and sang!!
For a real treat, Charlie sang Kevin Fowler’s, “Don’t Touch My Willie”. (Gotta get a video of that one of these days.