the Stage with.....
on the following links to see the pictures:
w/ the original drummer for the Beatles, Pete Best!
with Seinfeld co-creater, writer & producer -
at the Savannah
Jim DePaul Colin Dussault Micheal
legend Billy Boy Arnold - Helena Arkanas.
Perkins (Muddy Water's piano player) - Helena Arkanas.
Lee Robinson and Colin - Helena Arkanas.
Carr, Drummer and son of Robert Nighthawk with Colin
- Helena Arkanas.
with one of his favorite harmonica heros Gary Primach
- Helena Arkanas.
with Levon Helm (Drummer for The Band) - Helena Arkanas.
Maxwell and Pinetop Perkins - Helena Arkanas.
in Rolling Fork, Mississippi - Muddy Waters' Birthplace
with Abe Schwaub - Beale St Memphis TN.
Carr, Robert Lockwood Jr, Colin, & Pinetop Perkins
- Helena Arkanas 2001.
with Lee (Tenacious D)
with Jack Black (Tenacious D)
with Kyle Gass (Tenacious D)
Diddley and Colin Dussault backstage at the 2000 Cuyahoga
Falls Blues Festival.
and Fabulous Thunderbirds frontman/harp player Kim
Wilson at the 1999 Cuyahoga Falls Blues Festival.
and former Muddy Waters Junior Wells sideman Buddy
Guy. This photo was taken at Oberlin College in 1986.
and his greatest influence the late Junior Wells.
Colin has met Junior several times over the years
but this photo was taken at one of Junior's last Cleveland
area apperances before he passed away.
with Bad Company/Free/Firm vocalist Paul Rodgers.
Colin shared a bill with Bad Company and Eddie Money
at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during the summer
re-knowned blues legend and Cleveland resident Robert
Lockwood Jr. and Colin Dussault. Robert was a huge
infulence on Colin. Robert taught Colin about the
business side of the music industry. Here they contemplate
drinking the shots before them at the now defunct
Carey Bell and Colin Dussault. This photo was taken
at the Blues at the Zoo show during the summer of
1999. The concert featured Bell, Billy Branch, James
Cotton, Robert Lockwood Jr. and Colin's band.
Cotton and Colin backstage at Blues at the Zoo show.
Cotton & Junior Wells were the biggest influences
on Colin's playing.
Clayton Thomas lead singer of Blood Sweat & Tears
and Colin at the 2000 Cuyahoga Falls Blue Festival.
Zydeco and Colin. Colin and the band opened up for
Buckwheat in Akron in 1999.
with one of his biggest vocal influences - Animals
lead singer Eric Burdon. This photo was taken in 1985
at Peabody's Down Under.
with blind Canadian guitarist Jeff Healey at Peabody's
Down Under 1989.
with the Queen of the Blues - Chicago's Koko Taylor.
Peabody's Down Under 1989.
with Stevie Ray Vaughan bassist Tommy Shannon. Colin,
Walkin' Cane and Fred Tobey opened for Shannon's newest
band Storyville at Wilbert's in 1998.
with Piano player Brian Auger at the Agora Theater.
Auger has worked with Rod Stewart, Long John Baldry,
Julie Driscoll and countless other English superstars.
with Wallace Coleman and Crazy Marvin. Wallace plays
harp with Robert Lockwood Jr. Colin used to sneak
into Brother's Lounge and sit at Wallace's feet watching
and learning. Marvin is one of the most exciting harp
players and entertainers anywhere!
with Cleveland institution and legend Bill "Mr. Stress"
performing live with Cleveland bluesman Travis "Moonchild"
Haddix. Travis invited Colin to perform on his live
album entitled "Shoot 'em up" which was recorded live
at Brother's Lounge prior to the club's closing.
drummer Greg Bandy and Colin. Greg wrote a recorded
"Good Booty & Barbeque". Colin was granted permission
to add a few more verses and change the arrangement.
Check out the results on Colin's third CD entitled
Hurd with Paulette Carlson from Highway 101 at the
CMA Awards in 1989.
Hurd with Tanya Tucker at the CMA Awards in 1989.
Hurd with Marty Raybon from Shenandoah at the CMA
Awards in 1989.
Hurd with Terry Hamilton at the CMA Awards in 1989.
Hurd with Little Jimmy Dickens at the CMA Awards in
Hurd with Kitty Wells at the CMA Awards in 1989.
Hurd with Willie Dixon Discussing the finer points
of "Spoonful". Peabody's Down Under - 10/11/83.
Tobey, Mary Martin, Willie Dixon, Gregg Hurd, Bob
Bonora, Greg Klutcher (The Tuna Band). Peabody's Down
Under - 10/11/83.