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2019' Doheny Blues Festival at Dana Point’s Sea Terrace Park
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2019' Doheny Blues Festival at Dana Point’s Sea Terrace Park

Luther Dickenson plays Shake’em On Down to the backporch stage crowd with brother Cody on drums, during North Mississippi Allstars at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ty Taylor, vocalist for Vintage Trouble, nearly cried as he sings Everyone is Everyone, during their afternoon set on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
“Artist-at-large” Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, with blue guitar, jams in the middle of the action with the Allman Betts Band at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Marcus King, wearing his signature hat, plays on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Marcus King thanks the audience for staying despite rain forecast during his performance on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Harmonica player Dennis Gruenling jams with bassist Rodrigo Mantovani during their set on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Guitarist Andreas Arlt of BB and the Blues Shacks sys hello to the crowd on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Josh “the Reverend” Peyton plays a solo during the Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band performance on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Lead vocalist Tierinii Jackson gets into the act as she sings Whiskey Love with Southern Avenue on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Dickey Betts, right, joins Luther Dickenson for a song on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Josh “the Reverend” Peyton and wife Breezy Peyton, play together on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Devon Allman, left, and Dickey Betts of the Allman Betts Band exchange guitar solos at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Lead vocalist Tierinii Jackson gets into the act as she sings Whiskey Love with Southern Avenue on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ben Harper performs with the Innocent Criminals during his set just after sunset, on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Saturday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ben Harper plays a lap steel guitar as he performs with the Innocent Criminals during his set just after sunset on the main stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Saturday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Dickey Betts plays on the backporch stage with the Allman Betts Band during their afternoon set at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Tri-tip, ribs, and turkey legs cook on the grill at Robin’s Wood Fire BBQ tent at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Dave Gonzalez, Thomas Yearsley, and Brian Fahey, from left, of the Paladins, start the weekend performances on the main stage during the Doheny Blues Festival on Saturday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ty Taylor, vocalist for Vintage Trouble, crowd surfs back to the stage during performance of “Run with the River” on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ty Taylor, vocalist for Vintage Trouble, crowd surfs back to the stage during their set on the backporch stage at the 2019' Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
Ty Taylor, vocalist for Vintage Trouble, crowd surfs back to the stage during performance of “Run with the River” on the backporch stage at the Doheny Blues Festival on Sunday.  (Don Leach / Daily Pilot)
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