Wildwood 2008

Photos


photo: Gary Peterson
 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


photo: Gary Peterson
 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


photo: Gary Peterson
 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty

 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty

 


photo: Gary Peterson


Dan "Mort" Moriarty
 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty

 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


Larry, Scarlett, Michael
 


Good Karma


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


Good Karma 2


photo: Alexander


Jane & Gary with the guys



with Larry


Len
 


Dan "Mort" Moriarty


with Gator


photo: Alexander


with Steve
 

Jane & Gary

with Len

Michael & Scarlett

With Renee

with daughter Sarah

Dan "Mort" Moriarty
     

Tom & Jan's deck
 

Gator on Len's guitar

Renee & David
 

Tom's trains


Jan & Scarlett


with Renee & Ann


Cowtown Joe


Steve, Len, Randal



Morgan gets a picture

Tom signs autograph

Larry signs a hat
 

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  Brewer & Shipley's annual shows at Wildwood Springs Resort in Steelville, Missouri, were extra special this year.  Several long-time friends and musical associates of Brewer & Shipley came for the weekend, and Michael & Tom were in a great mood to put on two amazing shows.  One fan termed it a Brewer & Shipley summit. 

It was fitting that their friend, and frequent contributor to this site, Len Jaffe performed the opening sets both nights, mixing some classic folk songs with his own self-penned tunes.  Then when Brewer & Shipley hit the stage, fans who made it to Steelville were in for a very special treat.  At about the mid-way point of both the Friday & Saturday shows their long-time guitarist Larry Knight, who hasn't played with them in almost 30 years, joined Brewer & Shipley on stage and added some amazing electric guitar to augment their great acoustic sound.  The audiences loved it, and so did Michael & Tom.  

In attendance were long-time friends Dan "Mort" Moriarty and Gary Peterson, who were with Michael, Tom, and Larry in the Good Karma days. So it was so appropriate that Saturday night's last encore ended with a song they haven't performed live in years, their old friend Ted Anderson's "Seems Like A Long Time". 

Michael called it the most fun time they have had in their nearly 15 years at Wildwood.

 

photos by Mort, Gary Peterson & Steve Alexander

Concert Photos