PHOTO GALLERY: 9th Street Summerfest featuring Jimmie Vaughan
Wednesday, August 24, 2011 | 11:18 p.m. CDT;
updated 8:45 a.m. CDT, Thursday, August 25, 2011
Paula McFarling and Peter Yronwode embrace mid-dance during The Bel Airs' set Wednesday during Summerfest on Ninth Street. The couple was not alone in swing-dancing during the free concert, as many people took advantage of the danceable blues beats during the night.
COLUMBIA — People were dancing in the streets to the music of Jimmie Vaughan, The Bel Airs and The Mojo Roots on Wednesday at 9th Street Summerfest. The Blue Note hosted the event as part of its series of free outdoor concerts.
Jimmy Vaughan sings the blues on the Summerfest stage Wednesday on Ninth Street. Vaughan, who is Stevie Ray Vaughan's brother, headlined the free concert.
Three-year-old Keely Guffey, left, takes the hand of Andelin Jenkins, 4, as they dance to The Bel Airs Wednesday on Ninth Street during Summerfest. Jenkins, whose mother co-owns Leo's Old Clothes on Ninth Street, was excited all day as the stage was being set up for the concert and couldn't wait to dance that night.
Scott Melton and Ann McCauley dance through the entire set of The Bel Airs on Wednesday on Ninth Street during Summerfest.
Vocalist Dick Pruitt of The Bel Airs sings Wednesday during Summerfest on Ninth Street. The Bel Airs opened for Jimmy Vaughan, the headliner for the free concert.
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