Tab Benoit looked and sounded cool with his vintage Tele as he led the Voice of the Wetlands Allstars. Anders Osborne ripped bottleneck licks while George Porter Jr. dug out the low end on his trademark Precision Bass.
Leo Nocentelli got his Hendrix on with the Meter Men, a power trio version of the Meters sans keyboardist/ founder Art Neville.
Lil’ Ed’s smile was as shiny as the slide in his left hand, and the fingerpick on his right.
Buddy Guy’s energy was boundless, and his set served as a righteous closing ceremony.
Neil Young rendered what surely must have been the most ferocious sound in the history of Jazz Fest from an array of amps that included a monstrous Magnatone.
The only thing groovier than Renard Poché’s playing at the Bayou Rendezvous were his pants.
Little Freddie King’s idiosyncratic rhythms were as raunchy as the stories he told in his tunes.
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