I saw Davy Knowles play a 90 minute set at a local outdoor venue last night. I don't know much about him but he put on a real nice blues show. I see he was in Back Door Slam in the past. He played a standard Tele all night, didn't even take it off. It was black with rosewood board, 3 saddle brass bridge. Well worn around the edges and played it through a Vox amp. The first couple songs sounded off, bass and drums were real loud. Once the soundman got it right Davy's vocals and guitar sounded better each song. He had a bass, drums and a Hammond organ with a leslie along with a piano. Davy traded leads with the keyboard player on many songs and that was real nice. Big sound from 4 pieces. I see on his website he sells "official bootlegs" and there were at least 3 tall stands with mics on them. I always bring a small recorder along and sit it under my seat, I didn't feel alone. I wasn't familiar with his originals but enjoyed them. He did a great version of Hootchie Cootchie Man and for an encore did Almost Cut My Hair as a Woodstock tribute. Davy came to play and he and the band sure did. Good rhythm work and driving leads with volume and tone swells on a few. It was a treat to see him make that Telecaster wail.