We are catching up with several Blue Shadows dates for the timeline section. We start with several great clippings from the Eddie Clark collection, snapshots of the late-’80s/early-’90s California blues scene. Included are an ad for the first blues hall of fame festival and a postcard for blues night at Spice, both organized by RandyContinue reading “Blue Shadows gigs 1989-90”
We’ve been going through thousands of photos, videos, posters, documents and ephemera given to No Fightin’ by drummer Eddie Clark. Much of it focuses on his time with 13 or his many years with William Clarke. Over the coming months, we’ll be posting more rare inventory from the Eddie Clark collection. First up: This faxedContinue reading “Itinerary outlines 1997 13 Europe tour”
Inside Lester Butler’s final 1997 residency at the Chesterfield Cafe chain, this time in Madrid.
Eddie Clark provided these photos of an off day on the North Sea from 13’s second to last tour of the Netherlands and Belgium in February 1998.
A look at Lester Butler’s 1997 residency at the Chesterfield Cafe in Moscow.
The creator of the original Lester Butler Tribute Site has allowed NoFightin.com to bring the site back online, a couple of decades after its debut.
Eddie Clark’s 1998 datebook adds more gigs to the 13 timeline — plus one crash.
Rare live video of 13 featuring Lester Butler performing “Devil Woman” in 1997, with an incinerating solo by Alex Schultz.
Lester Butler and Bill Bateman talk to Block magazine after The Red Devils’ seminal performance at Pinkpop 1993. (annotated)
“Can you believe we are really here?” That was our theme throughout our European adventure. “Can you believe we are in this hotel room with Paul Size?” “Can you believe we are watching ZZ Top in this tennis area?” “Can you believe we are in the middle-of-nowhere, England?” “Can you believe we are in theContinue reading “Can a record change your life?”