Mr. Bill Payne  

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Uploaded: 09/07/16 9:51 PM GMT
Mr. Bill Payne
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Bill is a founding member of the band Little Feat. He and I have been friends for at least 25 years and he's always interesting to interact with, whether it's over dinner or just back stage. I am thankful to have photography access to his shows. He's currently touring as the keyboard player for the Doobie Brothers. This was a night he was sitting in with Leftover Salmon. Portland, OR, USA


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09/07/16 10:09 PM GMT
Very nice, Ted.

Thanks for sharing the visuals and the backstory with us.
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09/07/16 10:13 PM GMT
What a honor to be friends with such a talented artist like Mr. Payne. I had to google Leftover Salmon. This is a very good B&W and to me it sets a mood to this one. I hope you will enter it in the challenge. tigs=^..^=
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09/07/16 10:47 PM GMT
Actually, Little Feat is reforming for the next few days and playing a couple East Coast shows. Bill is also an exceptional photographer.
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09/07/16 11:36 PM GMT
I have always liked Little Feat and had them playing on my playlist just last night when I was here , ironic , yes. Great photo !
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09/08/16 12:20 AM GMT
This is a great photo!
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09/08/16 2:52 AM GMT
Great that you have access to his shows, so enabling to provide us with a perfect shot for the Wednesday B&W challenge.
PS: as European I'm not that familiar with the music of Mr. Bill Payne. The music of Leftover Salmon however is well known to me. My favorite: Troubled Times.
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09/08/16 10:59 AM GMT
A fine portrait of Mr Payne and one I am sure he hmself must be pleased with :)
A pleasure to add it to the BWC, thank you Ted
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