Cleveland Blues Cruise 2013

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Passengers arrive and begin drinking heavily.
Passengers arrive and begin drinking heavily.
The sounds of the cruise were wonderful, of course, but the Cleveland skyline is a sight to behold anytime you get out on the water.
The sounds of the cruise were wonderful, of course, but the Cleveland skyline is a sight to behold anytime you get out on the water.
Bands formed and re-formed throughout the night on the main stage.
Bands formed and re-formed throughout the night on the main stage.
Margaret Jackson accepts an award on behalf of her late father, Bull Moose Jackson.
Margaret Jackson accepts an award on behalf of her late father, Bull Moose Jackson.
Becky Boyd leads the band into a soulful jam.
Becky Boyd leads the band into a soulful jam.
Colin Dussault takes a break from melting faces with his harmonica to sing a few lines. The dance floor was getting pretty crazy by this point.
Colin Dussault takes a break from melting faces with his harmonica to sing a few lines. The dance floor was getting pretty crazy by this point.
From left, sax man Norm Tischler, keyboard player Greg Hurd, bassist Mike Barrick, harmonica player Colin Dussault, singer Becky Boyd and guitarist Michael Bay
From left, sax man Norm Tischler, keyboard player Greg Hurd, bassist Mike Barrick, harmonica player Colin Dussault, singer Becky Boyd and guitarist Michael Bay
Sax player Norm Tischler takes a solo.
Sax player Norm Tischler takes a solo.
The boat docked around 10 p.m., but the music went on for much longer.
The boat docked around 10 p.m., but the music went on for much longer.