On this glorious weekend the Wonderful Woody Mann came to teach and to amaze and enthrall us on Saturday night at the Fur Peace Station with the Empire Roots Band.
Seth Farber came to join Woody, and played the Birman’s old 1913 Chickering baby grand.
Also on stage was Bill Sims Jr. Even though with the band, Bill sang and played guitar… he sat down at the grand also.
The music… touching and powerful!
Brian Glassman played upright bass… awesome, in every respect!
A fantastic measure of sound, passion and tradition!
These aren’t the only moments that uplift my soul… but they’re a big part.
Then before we knew it… Sunday came, Student Performance… pictures…
I would like to think that Rev. Davis would have enjoyed this little tribute to his memory!