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The Second Line


There you go.

The Original 7 Junior Steppers second line and Mother’s Day parade. In all its glory. In all the joy. In all the celebration. 92 more words

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A Portrait on the Steps

We all wait.

For something. A grocery line. A toll bridge line. A venue line. On Sunday — any Sunday — we wait for the second line to begin. 237 more words

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The Edges of Things

The edges.

Sometimes, it’s better to look along the edges of the event. Things get more interesting there. So do the pictures.

I’ve long said that for those of us who work second lines on a regular basis that our pictures look about the same. 667 more words

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The Right Notes

Fourteen days.

That’s the mourning period when a second line, or at least a brass band, will pass by Deb Cotton’s house. In Treme. That is the official mourning time. 183 more words

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I'll Fly Away

The quoted paragraphs are what I wrote shortly after I read of Deborah Cotton’s passing. I scheduled about a gazillion second line pictures. Then, the second line happened. 565 more words

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Where's Waldo?

Where’s Waldo, indeed.

As you know, I’ve been skulking around my archives since I can’t really moved about at will. I found this picture. I made it back around a hundred years ago. 511 more words

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Brass Hysteria on The Southbank June 2nd

As part of ‘Friday Tonic’ We’ll be playing in The Royal Festival Foyer on June 2nd 2017 at 5:30pm