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Reggie Wayne Morris – and more First Friday in June

Jun 22, 2019

Every First Friday, barring enough rain to prevent running electricity to speakers, etc., there are a half dozen or more bands playing around town. And despite the fact that music appreciation is subjective, there is always one that stands out – attracting something of a devoted crowd.

This time it was Reggie Wayne Morris – some really great, gritty blues. Even more impressive in that it’s all original work. He was pretty centrally located, so I got to hear a good bit of his first set. I wanted more, especially after the sun went down a little bit, but we ran out of energy – our first day out and around after being down with the flu for a couple of weeks – so I snapped a shot of his hat hanging on the mic during his break and we headed home. We did get a CD though. Here's a link to more on Reggie, followed by the shot of his hat:  http://rwmband.com

Street chess in front of Concord Point Coffee, another staple of First Fridays. There are always three or four boards set up – here a pair of ladies ponder the next move.

And finally, I grapped a quick shot of Channel 2 in Baltimore on the street doing interviews.

These join the images in the First Friday in June album on the Havre de Grace Street page, where they are larger and downloadable.


Blog entries are piling up. To clear up some room here, I moved all 2018 entries into a downloadable PDF on the Archive page.