"He looks like Jim Morrison in this picture. He's got the cool wavy hair, the intense passion singing, the skinniness. You know, just the whole extremeness about him," explains Good.
Night side, Good takes mind blowing pictures. But day side, you'd never guess Good's a maintenance manager at Torrance Casting. Good bought his first camera to take pictures of his granddaughter.
"Oh yeah, it's a passion," says Good, "It's definitely become like an artist thing, and there's no money in it. That's an artist."Just about every night, Bob hangs out at The Warehouse--a La Crosse music institution.
"He's such a character. He's definitely got a look to him. He was just sitting outside The Warehouse between sets and he just looked cool sitting there. So I said, 'Hey, can I take a picture?'" displays Good, "The filter on the cigarette kind of gives you a time thing. But his tattoo, the fact that it says mother. It doesn't say anything vulgar. It's classic."
Bob says that rock legends re-energize him.Good recalls, "Both ZZ Top and the Moodie Blues, they're incredibly old. Their fans are old. I mean, you to the La Crosse Center on a Tuesday night, and most of the fans are easily 20 years older than me. There were oxygen tanks in the audience."