The line up at Reggie's Music Joint on Monday night was . . .
The entire show of artists was a great pleasure to listen to. Of course, Reverend John Wilkins took us home with great talent, voice, skill, professionalism, you name it, that an artist can give an audience. Thank you Lou for posting this with the drive that you did, because that is what got me there to enjoy a spectacular night. And thank you Lou, Keith, and Jimbo for great performances! I want more!
Now, do realize it takes a while to know, understand, capture what you see in an artist you had never met. The first two gentlemen I had never met, and this was my first time at Reggie's. So, I will apologize now to Keith and Jimbo for not getting better photos of them, at least to my liking. There will, be a next time.
Tonight all of the artists were exceptional. Remember, you can click on the photo to enlarge and index through. Opening the evening . . .
I have known Lou for about 6 months now. What radiates is his passion for his art, which comes in all forms . . . guitar, drawing, and skate boarding.
Some of the crowd at Reggie's . . .
The front glass is a huge glass garage door that opens up. Very cool. It was such a nice night out, it made it very easy to stroll outside to feel the calm Chicago vibe, then to walk back in and listen to some excellent blues.