Keyboard= Stone Stewart (the tallest of the boys)
Guitar = Jess Langley (crew cut)
Mandolin = Cole Tilson (shortest of the three boys)
Cloggers/singers = Olivia Chapman (long blond hair) and Darby Francis
As it turned out, a little money was made, so now the Foundation group will make an assessment, and just maybe a screen can be purchased to match up with the projector recently donated by Regal.
The band is: Scott Maddux (electric guitar, wearing his signature Fedora), Steve "Bird-dog" Burgess (drums), Mike McGill (lead vocals/guitar), Justin Nix (bass), David Glover (percussion), and Roger “The Glue” Schmidt (Hammond B3 and Keys).
So finally it came time for our friend Scott Maddux, and his band "Cathouse Prophets" to hit the stage. And hit it they did, kicking off the evening with a blend of Southern rock sounding much like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Charlie Daniels! The audience seemed pleased with what they heard and erupted in applause after each song!
Scott, wearing his signature Fedora, and Mike McGill's vocals lead the group through nearly a dozen tunes, setting the tone for what was to follow: The Kentucky Headhunters!
|I must mention here that without Darrell Cole's cymbals there would have been no concert! The band left theirs in Kentucky, but Darrell saved the day!|
|When the "coonskin hat" comes off, Fred is just getting warmed up!|
The rest of the band followed, with their "rock'n roll" hair barely dry from showers. However, it was soon wet again from an exhaustive performance that ran the long way through their 46-year repertoire! The audience got everything they came for and more. From "Dumas Walker", "Walk Softly On This Heart Of Mine", to the Beatles "Don't Let Me Down"!
|The Kentucky Headhunters are Greg Martin (L), Richard Young (C), Doug Phelps (R), and Fred Young on drums.|
|Darrell Cole, who saved the night, gets Richard Young to sign his t-shirt. He deserved it!|
|Nobody enjoys the Foundation concerts more than our mayor Chris Mason!|
|The band with Keaton Jones (Jimbo Duncan's grandson), and lovely Vera Scarbrough (who brought the check for the band!).|
|Roger “The Glue” Schmidt playing barefoot!|
|David Glover working out on the congas!|
|And, it wasn't over until Fred stood atop his drum set!|