Norman Sylvester on the meaning of “Fine as Frog Hair” among other things. Interview for Oregon Music News. www.oregonmusicnews.com on May 26, 2011 in Portland Oregon.
Norman Sylvester Band accompanied by Reo Varnado on vocals, with music visualization graphics by Johan at Designer Visuals (designervisuals.com). Filmed on location at Candlelight Cafe and Bar, March 19, 2011.
I got a chance to have one of Portland’s well respected blues musicians take time to say hi to Sarah Billings Fan. Norman Sylvester, aka Boogie Cat, has been a long time mentor and friend to many musicians including Patrick Lamb, LaRhonda Steele, Gretchen Mitchell, myself and many others. Take a minute to get to know the music man himself. – Sarah B.
First Broadcast: 2008
Producer: Vince Patton
Appeared in episodes: 10-Year Retrospective, Blues Musician Norman Sylvester, Glass Artist David Schwarz, Blues Musician Norman Sylvester, Elizabeth Leach, Painter Arne Westerman, Right Brain Initiative
Boogie Cat preaches to his community / People Get Ready at Waterfront Blues Festival 2011 Portland,O
The Norman Sylvester Band playing at Clyde’s Prime Rib Restaurant. This outstanding blues band know how to deliver a great performance and as you can see in the video, there was a party going on!! This is definitely a Portland, Oregon band that needs recognition!!
Norman Sylvester sings “What I Say” with the Ray Charles Tribute at the Portland Art Museum!
Having a party for David Mackay right after his surgery.
Performed at the Positively Entertainment & Dining 34th Anniversary party at The New Copper Penny Pantheon Ballroom.