After a Fashion

Stephen is humbled by the outpouring of love and offers a photo tribute here

ONE IN A MILLION There is no way to truly thank Stephen's Angels, who hosted the Stephen's One in a Million fundraiser for me last Wednesday at Antone's, starring Ray Benson, Kathy Valentine, Bobby Whitlock & CoCo Carmel, Chip Taylor, Sara Hickman, and Ray Wylie Hubbard. So this is my tribute to them.

Some of my Angels include (front row, l-r) Laurie Mann, Darlene Fiske, Margaret Moser, and Maria Groten and (back row, l-r) Pam Blanton, Karen Landa, Phyllis Stegall, and Carla McDonald. Missing in action are Kate Hersch, Virginia Wood, and Susan Antone.
Some of my Angels include (front row, l-r) Laurie Mann, Darlene Fiske, Margaret Moser, and Maria Groten and (back row, l-r) Pam Blanton, Karen Landa, Phyllis Stegall, and Carla McDonald. Missing in action are Kate Hersch, Virginia Wood, and Susan Antone. (Photo by juicythis.com/seabrook jones)
3 Balls of Fire played during the cocktail portion of the event, and Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go's opened the big show. Here I am go-go dancing to Vacation, after Kathy presented me with a poster signed by all the Go-Go's.
3 Balls of Fire played during the cocktail portion of the event, and Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go's opened the big show. Here I am go-go dancing to "Vacation," after Kathy presented me with a poster signed by all the Go-Go's. (Photo by Ron Baker)
Backstage with Bobby Whitlock & CoCo Carmel after their performance of My Life written for me.
Backstage with Bobby Whitlock & CoCo Carmel after their performance of "My Life" written for me. (Photo by juicythis.com/seabrook jones)
Margaret and I weeping copious tears while my brother and mother take in Sara Hickman's performance of our favorite song, To Sir, With Love.
Margaret and I weeping copious tears while my brother and mother take in Sara Hickman's performance of our favorite song, "To Sir, With Love." (Photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

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