Josh Husiar, Sound Vibe Photography
It's fitting that Keller Williams played Camp Barefoot as he generally performs without shoes.
Williams will return to West Virginia in November. He'll be at Morgantown's Metropolitan Theater Nov. 1 and Huntington's V-Club Nov. 2.
There's a rumor that Williams will be on "Mountain Stage" Nov. 3 with the Travelin' McCourys, who are billed as having a "special guest."
Williams played a solo set as well as one with his latest project, the funk band More Than A Little.
More Than A Little, Williams says on his website, draws from "the vast gospel/R&B scene in Richmond, Va."
EOTO plays a late night show at Camp Barefoot. The electronica duo is Michael Travis (left) and Jason Hann.
EOTO is back in the region this weekend for the Pink Moon Festival in Rock Camp and the Werk Out Music & Arts Festival in Thornville, Ohio. Pink Moon runs today through Sunday with EOTO playing Sunday; Werk Out is today through Saturday with EOTO on Saturday. Visit www.pinkmoonfestival.com and www.thewerkoutfestival.com for more info and tickets.
"Americana soulgrass" quartet The Boatmen hail from Beckley. Matt Mullins is the group's acoustic guitarist.
Robert Gross plays djembe and percussion for The Boatmen. All four members provide vocals.
Tea Leaf Green, featuring Josh Clark and Scott Rager, performed Friday on Camp Barefoot's main stage.
The rock/jam band, which also includes Trevor Garrod, returns to the area for a show at Woodlands Tavern in Columbus on Oct. 2.
The Kyle Hollingsworth Band is the brainchild of the String Cheese Incident's Kyle Hollingsworth (left).
Playing guitar for the band is Dan Schwindt.
Guitarist Anders Osborne joined the band for its set.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Camp Barefoot Music & Art Festival
took place Aug. 22-24 in Bartow, Pocahontas County. It featured regional and national music acts as well as live art performances and art installations.
Photos by Josh Husiar of Sound Vibe Photography