One more day and it's Live on the levee with the Esquires. Bring a friend or two and enjoy a great night of oldies music along with a salute to our veterans by the front band the Chalies West All-stars..
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Esquires perform at the Red Carpet Patio for the Heart Association.
Another founding member of the Esquires and back performing with them on a regular basis. NORRIS LYTTON
The 3rd generation esquires. David Nestmann's two sons from left to right, August and Kyle
Larry Leedy play his hammond B3 sound alike
Laura Wilson really getting into the song
What great vocals Kevin gives to the audience
One of the founding fathers of the Esquires. John Osborne plays his trombone that he made a living working with the top groups and studio musicians. all the way from Texas
Jeff Anderson really rocks
Looks as if Butch is enjoying himself
Early 1964, Throwback
Not sure where but early 1964
Berry Hills South Charleston WV
Not sure when haha
aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh the memories
Who remembers The Thunder Ball Club in 1966 in Myrtle Beach South Carolina? The Esquires were the house band during the summer. We had many Kanawha Valley patrons come down and party with us. I will never forget that July 4th weekend.
The Esquires start at 7:45 tonight on the levee in Charleston. Going to be a beautiful night to come out to the river!
Still setting up
In his early years Butch would travel to different venues and perform. Check out this cheezy picture when Butch was in the 6th grade.