|A painting/collage done by Ralph's youngest brother. |
Ralph on the moon playing an early 1930's Dobro purchased in San Francisco in the early 1980's
|From the first(?) release of Ragtime Ralph Vol. 4|
|Original poster for the first time Ralph opened for Fahey.|
The photo was taken by a friend of Ralph's, Malcolm Kurtin at a previous show.
|Ralph played the La Quena a lot, nearly as often as the Soft Rock Cafe.|
|The photo on the Guitar Night poster was taken at the |
Camp Alexandra Folk Festival in Crescent Beach BC,
just down the road from White Rock.
|Ralph did a lot of shows with Tracy Moore.|
They opened for Fahey a couple times in Seattle
where Ralph was also the MC of the show.
|More Soft Rock Cafe!|
|Tracy Moore still lives in Seattle and still releases recordings.|
|More art by Ralph's dad.|
|An actual review in the local paper.|
|Yet more Soft Rock Cafe.|
|A fun night with the Backporch Drifters.|