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What a sad day for the Blues world and fans.  Legendary Mississippi Bluesman T Model Ford passed away today. I’ve been watching T Model play for well over 10 years now. He was 93 years young. He was on Fat Possum record label out of Oxford, MS… One of  the first labels that started recording these legendary bluesman. T didn’t start touring and playing until the 90′s… He performed, toured, flirted, danced and recorded up until his stroke last summer, 2012. What a machine he was!! Known for his famous saying “It’s Jack Daniels Time”… I guarantee it’s Jack Daniels time in heaven today.  Cheers to T, and his very large family that allowed him to tour, teach us the real deal blues and play for us for so many years.. I’m sure going to miss that smile. Grateful I am still part of a generation that got to witness and know some of the last greats.

My favorite video of all time.. He dancing and singing along to Cedric Burnside at the Hill Country Picnic in 2011. what a cutie, and having so much fun!!

It’s Jack Daniel’s time! this photo by Lou BoppScreen Shot 2013-07-16 at 12.13.06 PM

2005 Double Decker..Oxford, MSScan 131970001

2007 North MS Hill Country Picnic. DSCN0022


At his 91st Birthday Party in Oxford at Two Stick.. Stella, his wife throwing down by him.



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SONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSCHis grandson Stud, who played drums for him since he was 6. He’s 15 now and chauffeur’d us around the Delta couple weeks ago when I was there :) SONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSCT and Cedric Burnside. SONY DSC


picnicin good time….

What a day at Foxfire Ranch Saturday, what a very HOT and sweaty day!!! Fun times were had! Much appreciation and thanks to Kenny and Sara for pulling  off  yet another successful picnic!!!!!

Amazing video I captured: T Model dancing and singing to Cedric Burnside.. who’s playing one of my favorite R.L. songs!

“How bout that ride in”…thanks for that one too Kenny!

Cedric Burnside.

T Model dancing up front to smile ever!!

with Stud and Scooter.

T Model modeling my Viktor&Rolf hat!!! :)

Mr. MC Jim Dees… I like to call him Jimmy Deezy.

Robert Belfour.

Miss Annie herself.

Cedric and T Model.

DuWayne Burnside Project.

Rising Star Fife and Drum Band… (Otha Turners granddaughter) My favorite of the festival every year!

Kenny Brown.

Jimbo Mathus.


T plus 91.

Lucky me, I made it to T Model Fords birthday party at Two Stick in Oxford Friday night!! He played a good 2 hour set with friends, family, wife and several grandchildren looking on!

T’s wife…

Jack Daniels time!

Grandson Scooter, peddling CDs

13 yr old grandson on drums… T Model calls him Stud.


past+present=DENIM 4ever.

If you know me, then you know that I pretty much wear jeans 90% of the time.. dark, light, black, white, shredded, wide legged, skinny legged, high wasted, low wasted, whatever… I have a million pairs. My final thesis collection was an actual toss up between denim and leather. Clearly the leather won the final go, no real reason why either. Anyway, loving the denim on denim “trend”( I HATE that word), but yea.. OK, I like it.  A couple of my favorite denim pics…

Bob Dylan in Greenwood, MS playing at the office of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. 1962.

One of my favorite Mississippi bluesman, Mr. T Model Ford. Here in Oxford, MS, taken by Larry Fink. 2001

Willie in his signature denim jacket. by Annie Leibovitz

James Dean w/Elizabeth Taylor.. in Giant, 1956

Elvis. 1957

Johnny Depp




Traditional Ralph Lauren

Street style by the Sartorialist.

Who What Wear.