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Joe Lima: Photos

El Escambray, Cuba, 1950s. My grandfather, 2nd from left, with Argentine sociopath Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Back in those days, Guevara and Castro were promising to bring democracy to Cuba. As Pete Townshend famously wrote, "Won't Get Fooled Again."
Bangin' out Hank's "Honky Tonk Blues" at the Hothouse, 5/16/08. Photo by David J. Dowling.
Decked out to play with the Penny Dreadful, accompanying the Doubtful Guests at Out of Bounds West Comedy Festival, 5/25/08. Photo courtesy of Geoffrey Schumann's iPhone.
Elisa Morse, Bill Glass, Michael Cotter & Me. The cast of Alan Zweibel's "Bunny, Bunny," Fall 2007, LA.
With my Kamaka taropatch ukulele, favorite sweater and a s***-eatin' smirk.

At the Hothouse

The Cast of Tribe, the Hothouse, 2008. God I love these fine folks.
2008: Gream. Clockwise: Mary Beth Broussard, Me, Jamie Lou Moniz, Warner Munroe, Bill Kelly. Center: Bryce Hill
Gream a little Gream. I think this photo was snapped by Aarti Sequeira.
The Cast of the Hothouse Alumni Series, 2007

Singin', Songwritin', Etc.

Looking for the little dots at Jennifer's Coffee Connection in Studio City, California, ca 2000 or so. The handsome profile in the foreground belongs to my estimable guitar-playing buddy, Jimmy Smith.
At Sonoma Blue Coffeehouse, 1998 or so. Regis stole this look from me. Photo by Jerry Day.
With Governor Jimmie Davis, composer of "You Are My Sunshine" and former Governor of my great home state of Louisiana; and Bill Monroe, the Father of Bluegrass Music. Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Nashville, Tennessee 1995.

Cuba y Cubania

El Escambray, Cuba, 1950s. My grandfather, 2nd from left, with Argentine sociopath Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Back in those days, Guevara and Castro were promising to restore democracy to Cuba. They were lying.
Tio Jorge, Tio Ricardo, Abuela, and my Dad, Cuba.
Ingenio Mercedes, Las Villas, Cuba, a long, long time ago.