Memories from Tinner Hill Blues Festival 2014

Special to the Falls Church Times
June 30, 2014

Cherry Hill Park was dancing and singing to the Blues during a wonderful day at the 20th anniversary Tinner Hill Blues Festival on June 14. Thanks to the generosity of Raymond Henderson and the Henderson Photo Group we have a set of photos to help you remember the day.  (All photos copyright Henderson Photo Group 2014).

 

2014 Tinner Hill Blues Festival

DC born blues artist Michael Roach performing for the early afternoon blues enthusiasts at the 20th Tinner Hill Blues Festival.

DC born blues artist Michael Roach performing for the early afternoon blues enthusiasts at the 20th Tinner Hill Blues Festival.

DC native Cathy Ponton King gave a rousing performance with her bluesy voice and guitar.

DC native Cathy Ponton King gave a rousing performance with her bluesy voice and guitar.

Cathy Ponton King Band saxophonist brought the audience to their feet.

Cathy Ponton King Band saxophonist brought the audience to their feet.

Ursula Ricks a Baltimore native brought her band to the festival and gave an extraordinary performance.

Ursula Ricks a Baltimore native brought her band to the festival and gave an extraordinary performance.

Tom Principato

Tom Principato

DC born David Cole and Mainstreet Band continued to build upon a great blues extravaganza in Falls Church.

DC born David Cole and Mainstreet Band continued to build upon a great blues extravaganza in Falls Church.

Singer Sharon Raquel joined David Cole and Mainstreet Band

Singer Sharon Raquel joined David Cole and Mainstreet Band

Chicago bred Inetta Visor of Mississippi Heat brought their Chicago style blues to the DMV.

Chicago bred Inetta Visor of Mississippi Heat brought their Chicago style blues to the DMV.

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One Response to “Memories from Tinner Hill Blues Festival 2014”

  1. Bob Burnett on July 2nd, 2014 7:58 am

    Thanks for the photos. The unnamed sax player with Cathy Ponton King looks to me like local legend Ron Holloway. Ron has played for decades in the DC area as well as with Gil Scott-Heron, Root Boy Slim as well as Dizzy Gillespie, Norman Connors and other jazz notables.

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