Friday, December 09, 2005


Some light in the wilderness...Dec. 2/05 Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, November 29, 2005


Hamilton-Area Band Higher Octane (2005) Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


"The Light Between" (DWells) Posted by Picasa

A mysterious optical illusion... Posted by Picasa

Stolen painting, mounted on varnished hardwood (Signed by Willis Hancock) - anyone knowing its whereabouts, email me at ddrocker@yahoo.com. Posted by Picasa

Rounder (with Suzie McNeil & Sean Cotton) Posted by Picasa

George Olliver (with Doug Inglis on drums and Domenic Troiano on guitar) - Hamilton Convention Centre - 2002 Posted by Picasa

George Olliver (at mike), with Domenic Troiano, Buzz Thompson, Dave Murphy - Hamilton (2002) Posted by Picasa

Sunday, September 25, 2005


Gus Papas of The Bottle Devils (Toronto) Posted by Picasa

Henry Diclemente (former drummer with The Bottle Devils) Posted by Picasa

Segarini Band Poster - CD Release Party - Oct. 7/05 (Club 279 - Toronto) Posted by Picasa

Saturday, July 23, 2005


Shawn Brush - he NEEDS financial help to get a new van to accommodate his wheelchair! Help him out! Buy one of his many excellent CDs! (www.shawnbrush.com) Posted by Picasa

A new musical acquaintance (Rob Brookman) in Chicago, Ilinois (who gave up dancing to architecture and started a record company). Posted by Picasa

Picture of Mile One Stadium in St. John's, NL (www.bitstop.ca) Posted by Picasa

Dennis "Blues Boss" Dudley and his "harem" (singer Duffy Bishop is second to the left). Posted by Picasa

"Front Porch Blues" with Linda and Mike (June 2005) Posted by Picasa

Photograph by erstwhile musician Stephen Clay (www.stephenclay.com). Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, July 13, 2005


Powerhouse opening for Jeff Healey at Cockshutt Park (Brantford, ON) - Canada Day 2005 Posted by Picasa

Powerhouse Rock Band @ Copetown Golf Club (July 2005) Posted by Picasa

A powerhouse rehearsal hall in the making (never thought of you guys as a "garage band')... Posted by Picasa

Saturday, April 23, 2005

Sunday, March 13, 2005


Canadian blues-rocker Pat Savage (now residing in Belgium, soon to be on tour in Luxembourg and South Africa) Posted by Hello