Bleu & Johnny Winter "Highway 436 Revisited"
Alan Black, Perry Como, Dick Stabile, Bleu, Jimmy Stroud
Perry Como NBC TV Special "Mardi Gras in New Orleans"
Bleu & Douglas James Kershaw
Sitting at the Console
Bleu at Console Lost in Thought
Bleu, Bobby T (eyes wide shut), Johnny Winter, Mike Daggar Recording "Thunderhead"
Bleu Built Furniture. "Hartley Peavey's Chair"
Now in his Office in Meridian, Mississippi. Bleu Built this Chair For Hartley in 2002
Bleu Built Furniture. Bleu Built this For Tiger Woods "Tiger's Masters Trophy Table"
Bleu Evans, Jeff Glixman, Kerry Livgren. Recording Lead Guitar
Overdubs on "Carry On Wayward Son" at Studio in the Country
Bleu Evanas at the Console. This is the
Picture Used by the BBHF For Bleu's Walk of Fame Poster
Bleu Evans and Johnny Winter at the Console Mixing Thunderhead's "Busted in Georgia"
Bleu Evans, Mr. Perry Como, and Mr. Dick Van Dyke
During "Mardi Gras in New Orleans" NBC TV Special at Studio in the Country
Bottom: Ron Dobbs, Johnny Gray.
Top: Bleu Evans, Mike Daggar, Doug Netherland, & O.T. Ware
Johnny Winter Eating Zesto Fried Chicken. Covered Bleu with Tape Because Bleu
Tried to Steal Some of Johnny's Zesto Fried Chicken. Bleu Lost.
Movie Credits For Al Pacino's "Crusing" Movie
Mike Daggar ("Thunderhead") Smoking a Cigar. Randy Hobbs
(Randy was The Bass Player for The Johnny Winter Band, The Rick Derringer Band, The McCoys), and Bleu
David Craig, Bleu Evans, & Hoyt Garrick
Friends and Brothers Always
Dell Moon (co-founder of the LMHOF) Gregg Wright (Michael Jackson's Lead Guitar Player), and Bleu Bleu Produced & Engineered Gregg's First Album "Khamsin"
Gregg Wright's (Michael Jackson's Lead Guitar Player) First Album "Khamsin"
This is the Front Cover. "Khamsin" was Produced & Engineered by Bleu Evans
Doug Kershaw, Lee Peterzell, Jimmy Stroud & Bleu Standing. Picture Taken
During the Recording of Doug's "RAGIN CAJUN" Album on Warner Brother's Records
Gene Foster, David Farrell (Grammy Dave),
Jim Bateman, & Bleu Evans at The Bogalusa Blues and Heritage Festival
Jade Reunion 1988. (Top) Craig Green (Charlie Derek), David Craig, Bleu Evans
(Bottom) James Young, Kate Evans, Kenny Wilson, and Christopher Evans
Jade Reunion 1988. Craig Green (Charlie Derek) & David Craig
Kansas Louisiana Music Hall of Fame Award Poster Featuring Bleu
Glen Himmaugh, Bleu, Ricky Windhorst
Brothers and Family
Bleu and His Sisters
Bleu, Mary Jo (has trouble holding eyes open in pictures--Joke). Seated are Ann, and Jane
One Ugly Guy with Four Beautiful Ladies, My Sisters and My Mother
Ann, Bleu, Mother (Mama), Jane, and Mary Jo
My Fellow Bogalusa Born Friend Claire Kellar Who Happens To Be One Great Singer-Songwriter Who I am So Very Proud and Happy to Support in any Way I can!
Kern Pratt, One of My Great Friends and "One Fine Bluesman From Mississippi"
God Bless Kern. We Miss Kern Greatly
Ken Wilson, Benjamin Mumphrey,(Chief Engineer of Studio in the Country today), Bleu Evans, and Mike Shepherd, President and Co-Founder of the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame (At The BBHF)
Lee Peterzell, Ralph Carter, Gary Bardwell, and David Craig
Jamin' at The Crooked Ole House
Levon Gary Bardwell and Charley Gressett. Great Friends and "Studio Team Members"
Standing in front of "Studio in the Country"
Bleu Evans and Ken Wilson, My Best Friend
Without This Man, I Would Simply Not Be Alive
Bleu Evans and Gary Baker Reunion at The Ozone Music Education Foundation 2019
First Recorded Together in 1973. Gary is Now a Member of The Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
(An Example of His Genius is Writing "I Swear" & More Hits With Another Genius Song Writer, Frank Myers)
Deb Himmaugh, Glen Himmaugh's Beautiful Wife Visiting with Bleu at Ozone Music Festival
A Text Sent by Quint Davis (Director of The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)
To Malinda Brumfield-White, a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives
and The Founder of The Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival (also an Incrediable Artist & Sculptor)
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