John Howardson – Musician Days
This picture is of John Howardson and friends from his Musician days performing at a Rock Concert on Citadel Hill, Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was an outdoor concert for about 40,000 people in celebration of Halifax’s birthday, Natal Day.
This picture is John Howardson playing his Gibson Les Paul guitar. The background lights were bright and hot. Take note of the long hair in those days. ‘It used to be longer!’ This picture was taken at a local venue in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia then called ‘The Palace’. The Palace hosted only the top bands in the area. At time, John Howardson and friends were the opening act at The Palace for famous international recording artists.
This picture is a close up photo shot of John Howardson and friends performing live in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Citadel Hill, Natal Day before an audience of about 40,000 people. The East Coast of Canada is a very musical place. These concerts are put on by the city and held every year to celebrate the event and show off the top local bands and other great talent in the Maritime Provinces.
This picture is of John Howardon years later in Vancouver, British Columbia. Looks like his hair is shorter in this one. At this time, John played a very hot Ibanez lead electric guitar. Cool design eh? The various amplifiers John used over the years of his professional music days were Marshall, Ampeg, Peavey, and a Fender Twin Reverb. In his musician days, dancing took a back seat to his dancing.
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