Here's the photo:
Do I really need to tell you who's in the photo? Fine. The guy on the left is, um...oh yeah, Ronnie Wood from The Rolling Stones. And the bitch on the right? C'est moi. If you've already won a contest at Everybody I Shot Is Dead, you are ineligible to enter. That means you David A. and David C. And if another David wins, I guessing my contests are fixed.
Please place your entries in the comments section of this post. If you don't want to sign up on blogger you can use "anonymous" but then you need to put your name or email address at the bottom of your comment, so I know where to find you if you win. Or, for folks like Ronson, who are too famous to be seen blogging (or too shy to post your identity) you can email your entry directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, I will post your entry without revealing your identity.
As you may know, screenwriter (and now professional caption writer) David Anaxagoras won the first Caption Contest for the Robin Gibb photo. To see all the entries from the Robin Gibb pic, and how the contest works, go here. You can read David's acceptance speech here and what he wrote about the experience on his blog here.
The winner gets an original signed (by me) photo and a lot of personal gratification. I gave David a choice between any of my dead rock stars and a list off the top of my head of some other people I thought he might like, including Pink Floyd, Yes, Eagles, CSNY, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Genesis, Kiss, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr and Led Zeppelin. He picked George Harrison. Good choice. I have really good shots of him. And I appreciate you getting me off my ass to actually scan pictures I need for the book.
I'm scanning George Harrison photos right now. Also have my iTunes running. On shuffle. I have over 3000 songs on my iTunes. All Things Must Pass just came on. Strange. That song has never come up on my shuffle before. Thanks for dropping by, George. We miss you.