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The second Broomfield Blues Sunday featured two bands led by slide (aka "bottleneck") guitarists. "Mad Dog" Dave Barnes with Doc K's Blues Band, followed by Martin Fieber, the "Sultan of Slide" and his band, the Customtones.

Once again, Barbara Luckhurst was on hand with her camera and has sent us these shots of the two slide wizards in action.

customtones at broomfield blues 2019 barbaraluckhurstphotographydotcomMartin Fieber of the Customtones, with bass player Terry Duggan (

doc ks blues band at broomfield blues 2019 barbaraluckhurstphotographydotcomDave Barnes, guitarist with Doc K's Blues Band (

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