Damn good vibrations – Old Town Bluesfest 2012


Totally enjoyed a terrific fall evening with several thousand other music lovers at Lansing Old Town’s Bluesfest last night. For several hours I heard amazing singing and guitar jams from afar while volunteering at the Peace Education Center’s information booth. That was followed by some serious foot-tapping fun at two of the live stages set up on Turner Street. My favorite was the rockin’ performance by Peaches Staten. Here are a few photographs from the good vibrations filling the autumn air last night.

My favorite vendor’s booth. lol

Peaches Staten and band

Part of the great crowd despite chilly temps.

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3 Responses to Damn good vibrations – Old Town Bluesfest 2012

  1. Emme says:

    People enjoying Public Spaces! That’s what is so cool about events like the Jazz Fest – people wandering around, meeting new friends & old, outdoors in the open!


  2. Alysa says:

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