Graham Nash, Joe Ely, original Cricket Sonny Curtis, Sir Timothy Rice,
Bobby Vee and original Cricket Joe B. Mauldin. Curtis is playing a
recent production Strat strung with flatwound 13s (!) and Mauldin
is playing a sticker-festooned ‘38 Kay upright with a String Charger
pickup owned by Tommy Vee, who plays for his dad, Bobby.

Smithereen Pat Dinizio was primed for covering Holly, having just recorded a tribute album called Pat DiNizio/Buddy Holly for Koch Records. Here DiNizio plays a Taylor 110.

Dave Mason’s version of “Crying, Waiting, Hoping” was a big hit with the crowd. Mason’s rock resume includes co-founding Traffic, writing “Feeling Alright” and “We Just Disagree,” and playing acoustic on Jimi Hendrix’s version of “All Along the Watchtower.” Here Mason is playing a relic’d Fender Custom Shop ’51 Nocaster.

The night’s audience included many people who were at the show 50 years ago.