Savannah is a fairly small city at the end of the day, and creative people with diverse interests and talents often end up being involved in diverse endeavors. Sometimes those efforts create all sorts of overlapping circles, and then those circles lead to even more opportunities, more overlap . . . It’s an interesting cycle.
And so enters Jon Waits — a fairly recent Savannah transplant, a photographer, a contributor to hissing lawns, and a musician whose band Waits & Co. kicked things off on the paint shop stage at Saturday’s 2nd annual Revival Fest. It has been a real pleasure getting to know John over the last year, and I’m looking forward to many more years of seeing his photographs, hearing his music, and engaging in conversation about the Savannah scene.
Jon is joined in the band by Markus Kuhlmann and Coy Campbell; Jeremy Hammons and Stu Harmening joined Waits & Co. for the Revival Fest gig. I got enough decent shots of Waits & Co. that I thought they merited their own post — a few more galleries like this are on the way.
At the end of the set, Jon joined Sweet Thunder Strolling Band: