More photos from Sunday More photos from the Mother-in-Law benefit on Sunday, July 11: Big Chief Alfred Doucette (center), a Mardi Gras Indian with the the Flaming Arrows tribe. All photos by Barry Yeoman. Click on any photo to see it enlarged. Bone Man dancing to Al "Carnival Time" Johnson. Al "Carnival Time" Johnson at the keyboards. Playing bass is Richard "Tricky Dick" Dixon and playing sax is Curtis Johnson (Al's brother). Outside the Mother-in-Law. Tee Eva Perry (left), who sang and danced with Ernie and Antoinette K-Doe; and Gerri Hall, who sang with the R&B group Huey "Piano" Smith and the Clowns. Blues fans of various species. Keiko Komaki plays keyboards with Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes. James Martin, the saxophonist for Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes, flanked by trumpet player Mike Kobrin and guitarist/vocalist Ernie Vincent. J.D. Hill, playing rubboard, sits in with Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes. Customers enjoying Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes. Owen Bocage carries on the musical tradition of his father, singer and pianist Eddie Bo, who died last year.