Takin' the time to take it easy
Bob Devlin was a street singer in Georgetown. Most Friday evenings in the '70s he could be found at the corner of 18th & M Streets, perched on his metal stool, guitar in his lap, harmonica rack around his neck, and cymbal under his right foot. He had a small, beat-up old amplifier to be heard above the noise of traffic and a car battery to provide power.
It was always a joy to stand on the busy sidewalk in the midst of D.C.'s rushing masses and to tap my foot and sing along with this modern minstrel.
These two songs are from his Live at 18th & M.
Take some time this weekend to enjoy yourself.