Morning of September 7, 2007
holding up Herb’s excellent book. He wanted it
autographed by the band and his friends
small group of friends had a wonderful bond before
this morning dawned, and by the end of our four day
visit there, we’d all take something very special
back home with us.
picked this photo especially to start this project
because we wanted one that would instantly stir fond
memories and deep emotions.
All Photos by
Anita, Patrick, Brigitte
Square in the center of Esch
purple metal towers along the sidewalks
may be works of Art – but every time I see
them, they just remind me of fishing poles.
TEN YEARS AFTER
well advertised all over town
Nathalie and Anita
a Happy Family
A good time was
had by all
Nathalie Bellier, Martine, Jacky Moutaillier
Herb, Dave and
Harry (Joe's brother)
and his beautiful daughter Erin
Photo by Dominique
Standing at the
Station, waiting for the train to Luxemburg City
in Luxemburg City
European Capital of Culture 2007
perfect example of our group working in unison, the body
language says it all.
was right after we got into the heart of Luxembourg.
Herb’s time with us was coming to an end, but all
due credit to him for pushing along with us,
considering his fatigue and exhaustion just
travelling to get here to be with TEN YEARS AFTER
Herb Staehr, at the head of the pack.
I’ve dubbed him the “Gentleman - Gentle
a prince of a person, and a good friend to all TYA
(Herb flew in from Boston, Massachusetts for
Webb (Flew in from London just for this concert)
gentleman of distinction. Lionel
supported the band back in 1968 and continues
to do so to this day.
This is Mr. Webb, caught in a reflective
did some sightseeing around Luxembourg. This is the
day after the Ten Years After concert. While we may
just look like tourist, there’s an camaraderie
here that far exceeds that image.
the man on the grassy knoll, trying to get the
can see by the look on our faces, this was an
emotional goodbye. This is the first time we all got
to meet Herb in person – but it won’t be the
for everything Herb! Didn’t we have a time!
love these two photos. Patrick and Nathalie
“The Consummate Dog Lover”
capturing every special moment
and I outside the only record shop in town. I only
wish we had more time to spend inside. There was a
great assortment of music, videos and some rare
underground recordings as well. Patrick took home
some souvenirs from here.
the artistic eye never rest. She’s always looking
for that special shot or angle to add to her
photographic portfolio, and Luxembourg was no
exception to the rule
Energy Office” – not just a landmark of a public
utilities department – but it truly reminded us of
Leo Lyons and his high energy on stage. If you could
tap into Leo’s energy, you could light up the
entire city of Luxembourg for an entire week!