The great blues photographs of Doug Fulton have become legendary in their spectacular portraiture of many of the greatest legends of the blues. Doug and Bob were dear friends and Bob would always stay at Doug and Anna’s (Anna is Doug’s beautiful and brilliant wife) every time he would gig or visit in Tucson. Doug passed away in 1996 but his legend lives on through his great body of work. Here are a collection of some of Doug’s masterpieces courtesy of Anna. Additional examples of Doug’s work are on display at the Bob’s nightclub, the Rhythm Room.
Muddy Waters (Bob Corritore Used This Photo As The Cover of His High School Junior Theme Years Before He Ever Knew Doug Fulton)
Junior Wells & Buddy Guy
Anna Fulton & Fred Below At The Ann Arbor Blues Festival
Robert “Junior” Lockwood
Willie Dixon (Bob Was In The Band That Backed Willie on This Show)
Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
Howlin’ Wolf greeting fans at the 1972 Ann Arbor Blues And Jazz Festival! The two on the left are Terry and Jim Tate who had a popular Ann Arbor group called the Mojo Boogie Band. Thank you Andrea Fulton-Higgins for this photo.
John Sinclair, Lucille Spann and Muddy Waters at the dedication of Otis Spann Memorial Field at the 1972 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival.
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Excellent as usual Bob.