We will be adding to this gallery as we introduce more stories of the musicians we met while creating these documentaries. Check our blog for updates. All photos © 2010 by Barry Yeoman.
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Customers at Young at Heart Club in New Orleans' Pigeontown neighborhood.
Tommy Singleton at his home.
The Place To Be in New Orleans' Central City.
Richard "Tricky Dick" Dixon, who frequently plays with Tommy Singleton and John T. Lewis, at Mother-in-Law Lounge.
Ernie Vincent with saxophonist James Martin at Maison de La Musique in New Orleans’ Faubourg Marigny.
Mother-in-Law Lounge in New Orleans' Faubourg Tremé.
Deacon John Moore backstage at Hurrah's Casino in New Orleans.
Carol Fran sings at her 76th birthday celebration at Cruisers in Lafayette.
Harvey Knox inside his Baton Rouge workshop, where he repairs TVs and other electronics.
Little Freddie King performing at d.b.a. in New Orleans’ Faubourg Marigny.
Carol Fran at Cruisers in Lafayette.
Harvey Knox’s electronics workshop, which is below his Baton Rouge home.
Little Freddie King chatting with friends on Pauger Street in New Orleans’ Seventh Ward. King lived here before Hurricane Katrina.
At Tipitina's Music Office Co-Op in Lafayette, Carol Fran rehearses for a recording session. Sales from the compilation CD will benefit brain and spinal-cord injury research.
Dancers at the 2009 South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & Cookoff in Lafayette, where Little Freddie King performed.
Larry Garner at Main Street Studios in Baton Rouge.
Blues guitarist Rudy Richard (left) jamming with Larry Garner in Baton Rouge.