been a crazy last couple weeks. but the barn jam, normalcy, is back. you can always count on eddie and the barn jam being a ritual, a constant in your life. amazing how those guys do this week after week of top shelf live music. dodge the storms yall and head out to awendaw. youll like it. peace.
do it yall! go to the barn jam this week. it only gets better and if you arent there then you aint shit. you know i am kidding, but really i am not. enjoy some live music, cold beer in the woods of sc with the crickets a buzzin and the amps a thumpin. right on.
i love it when a plan comes together. this is a photo of the new main entrance sign at the great palmetto brewery here in charleston. designed by us, and fabricated by our friends at brooks sign, this large metal identifier just shows what great craftsmen we have here in our fair city. proud as hell. right on!
come on out yall, some good country gold and stuff. you will dig it, you will sweat some, you will never be the same, you will be happy you are not the same. or something like that. roack and roll!!!
barn jam tomorrow night. pow. there it is. bam. rock n roll. live music. awendaw green. sewee outpost.
alright alright alright. it is now officially summer — the humidity has finally gotten here so we can get all sweaty and dripping and live this southern life the way it is supposed to be lived. without humidity, what do you have? california. and who wants that. go tomorrow night to the barn jam and smell the pines, eat some food and dance the night away. right on!
My longtime friend, father, husband and amazing photographer, Norman Lorusso passed away last night after a short battle with leukemia. norman was a french canadian by birth and moved to the lowcountry around the mid 80′s. i met him around that time and we collaborated on many, many projects. he was a one of kind dude, didnt take shit off nobody but also would never say a bad word about anyone. he was an eternal optimist, a lighting magician and was a relentless when it came to getting “the shot”. he never said no to any pro bono work and continued shooting and generating ideas til the end. he is survived by his amazing wife Chris, and there equally amazing children, Kai and Magenta. there will be a celebration of his life real soon, so stay posted. peace and love. g – ps: the photograph above was shot in 1969 in toronto, canada at the grateful dead concert from the festival express tour. norman photographed the dead during that concert – up close and personal – he was 18 at time. i will post some of those shots periodically in the coming days. he would like that. rest in peace pal.
man its nice outside. breathe it in and go out to the country tomorrow night. barn jam time.