Hoss and Charley

Hoss and Charley

Even though Hoss lives almost 2 hours away from Austin, he still manages to attend almost every important show. It doesn't matter if it's a friend's local band or a big act, Hoss will most likely be in attendance. 

Charley is the man behind The Dirty Charley Band, a metal/country group with the slogan "death to false country." He writes songs, such as "Shoulda Killed My Baby," that are both humorous and dark. 

These two were enjoying some live music at Beerland in April 2017 when I captured this photograph. 


    Prints are available in 2 sizes (8x10 and 11x14) and 2 styles (standard and gallery). All prints are created in a traditional black and white darkroom.

    Standard prints are created on semi-gloss resin coated paper that is archival for many years. They will likely remain unchanged during your lifetime if you keep them away from heat and direct sunlight. Standard prints come in a simple black wooden frame of the same size as the print.

    Gallery prints are created on semi-gloss fiber based paper that is the highest quality paper used for traditional black and white darkroom printing. These prints will last for many generations. The quality of these prints is suitable for showing in galleries and museums. 8x10 gallery prints come matted and framed in an 11x14 frame. 11x14 prints come matted and framed in a 16x20 frame. Gallery prints are sold in an edition of 10 for each size. 

    All prints are signed on the front and notated on the back. 

    More questions? Visit my FAQ.


    If you are unhappy with your print for any reason, please return it in the original condition within 14 days for a full refund.


    Prints are created as they are ordered, so please allow 2-4 weeks for your print to ship.


© 2020 M Somerville Photography