HAMMOND B3 KING of NEW ORLEANS
SIDEMAN TO ROCK AND BLUES LEGENDS
BREAKFAST WITH HOWLIN' WOLF
The café was almost empty, but I saw an elderly black man sitting alone. I was almost certain he was my blues idol. After some hesitation, I gained courage and walked to his table. The big man looked at me and smiled. I asked, “Sir, are you Howlin’ Wolf?” He nodded and said, “Yeah, they call me 'Wolf '.” When I mentioned that I was a musician, he growled, “Hey, man, have a seat!” Howlin’ Wolf and I had breakfast together.
BEWARE! PEOPLE WHO'VE HATED ME FOR 50 YEARS ARE TRYING TO SABOTAGE MY BOOK WITH LIES. BUT, IT'S STILL ALMOST 5-STARS ON AMAZON.
Eddie Hover's review Apr 19, 16
I have read the reviews of a couple of folks who would cast stones at the author and his work for personal vendetta . which I find distasteful considering the content of the work is music industry and personal journey as opposed to familial historic interactions.
I know that any who read this small tome will be gratified and enlightened.
Rick at French Quarter Club
Rick at New Orleans Jazz Festival
Rick at French Quarter Festival
Rick with Allen Toussaint at Sea-Saint Studios