The WJSQ Money Machine at Jenkins' Restaurant...anticipation.
"I can smile even bigger with a little cash. See the purse? Fill it!"
"I know I'm the owner, but hey, I could use some cash too."
Highly-trained Money Machine operators.
Let the fun begin!
And it did! Security officer (black hat) carefully watched for violations, cuffs ready.
A good partner manning the slot is very important. He was a nervous wreck, but he did well. Not so much, his blood pressure.
Congratulations to all of our winners, and a big thanks to Jenkins Restaurant for hosting the event. A good time was had by all!
Steele visits the studio.
Getting ready to play.
Steele with his 1962 Gibson guitar, autographed by Dolly Parton, whose producer, Kent Wells, also produced his album.
Bill and Steele. Could be a "Before and After" poster for diet and exercise.
A new fan. He makes a lot of new fans everywhere he goes.
Outpost Pavilion, June 2nd
"You're standing in front of the sign!"
"I want to stand in front of it!"
"Hey camera guy!"
"We're not singers, bit we once played singers on YouTube!"
"Bill! When can I start singing?"
"Blah blah blah blah ... somebody take his mike!"
It's not a party without 'em!
For bacteria-conscious squirrels.
Music on the Menu at Uncle Gus's
Kelly McGrath and her "Mama."
There's food in their immediate future, and they're ready for it.
Spencer Hall. Spencer's Autobody is a major sponsor of Music on the Menu, and we appreciate his support.
Amber Hayes was thrilled to see her name out in front of Uncle Gus's and she had to have her picture taken with it. We could spend hours taking pictures of Amber. It's a tough job but somebody has to do it.
The picture with the milk truck.
It's now become a requirement for playing at Uncle Gus's.