The Landmarks; from left to right: Laja (vocals/guitar), EJ (keyboard), Jack (guitar), Martin (drums), Colin (bass)
Baba has been making his own jewelry at Dally since the beginning when the festival took place only in the alley (instead of the surrounding blocks) back in the 80's and 90's
LosD was one of the originators of Dally in the Alley when it started as a block party on Prentis back in the 70's.
Lightshow Bob operates the Lightor, controlling the lighting effects
Khalil, Baba's brother
I did not get their names, they were always drumming
Jerrold M Foke, a teacher holds a sign, phonetically "fun together", that represents universal togetherness and communication using the neutral vowel "schwa" which has Latin and Indo European roots. Tinkəboudit
Lightshow Bob introduces the next performers at The Alley Stage
Leebey handles sales for Baba and Khalil
He banged on the drum all day
Al Depree, Detroit Artist
Kozma and Motu (short for Master Of The Universe) of Armageddon Beachparty This couple collaborates on every one of their psychedelic pop art pieces.
From left to right: Oliver, Alex, Max, and Heather
Rah the Son performs multiple genres, catchy hooks & narrative spoken word poetry
From left to right: Sir Bud the Light, Lady Libeerty, and Eric the Red attend various local festivals and conventions like Youmacon, the Renaissance Festival, and Beer Festival
Lightshow Bob and Rah the Son get the crowd hyped at The Alley Stage