The MACS at Tacky Jack's
the MACS with the great addition of Augie Savage
Don McNatt at John A's
This was the certificate of recognition from The Rhythm and Blues Society.
April 15, 2014. Don's tribute night at Carol Ann's.
Kat Speer's photo for the new CD cover
Don at Norm's River Rioad House
Theatrical headshot. Call Talent Trek
Don won People's Choice Award for favorite International Performer at Canberra Country Music festival, in Australia. This was the mainstage show.
People's Choice," Favorite International Performer", Canberra Country Music Festival, Canberra, Australia 2010
Close up on Performance at Canberra Country Music Festival
Hall of Fame Songwriter, and freind Jerry Foster, with Don & Karen for his Birthday Celebration
heartfelt songs for a good cause
Serious about the guitar, on stage for Habitat for Humanity
Karen's brother Brian looks great in his new Don and Karen T shirt. click the links page if you want to order one.
Pulled back hair, and no ears at all! He's still a happy guy.
Talent Trek Agency is the contact for Don theatrically. This is a character shot.
Don at Norm's River Road House
A little Rock and Roll for the German fans at Lain am See
Don shares some tips on Mexican food with Germany's favorite rocker, Fred Guggenberger
Don with Fred Guggenberger "Rock the House" in Bavaria
Don sitting in at BB Kings
this is the current promo shot for the EPK.
Karen on the Mandolin, as Don and Karen play for the "Nashville on the Thames" show at the Buffalo Club in London.
Maenwhile, back at the ranch ...
Thanks to all who showed up for us at the release party for "Sweet Lovin' ", and "Better Late than Never", the 2 new CD's.
At Cafe Belissimo, in Woodland Hills, CA.
Thom Shepherd, Don, Karen, Buddy Jewell, Will Nance, and Steve Williams.
Don at the Playroom, in London.
The McNatts have really enjoyed the opportunities to play in Europe. Here Don walks the streets of Amsterdam.
Don wears a hat alot, so we thought we'd show one to prove he still has hair.
Had so much Fun in London, that we chose this shot on top of a bus there to use on the CD cover.
Don on "Writer's in the Round"
Karen at the French Quarter Cafe, with Brian Wright, Don McNatt and Brian Shaw
Marc Alan Barnette, Don and Kevin Ball at 2nd Wednesday
This was Don during the 90's SMPLZAT Band period
Dick Feller, Don and Gerald Smith on WIR
The Somerville Brothers with Don and Jimbeau Hinson on recent WIR
Don at Rickenbacker's in Berlin. The German audience was terrific at this great show produced by Tom Cunningham
You'll only see the back of Don's head here, but this is the great Tom Cunningham, and a chance to see the German audience hanging on his every lyric.
Finally it was Don's time to play- Rickenbacker's Berlin
Karen McNatt, Don McNatt, Tom Cunningham,McKinley Black, and C B Green after that last encore
One of the most fun highlights of the year was the Florabama Frank Brown Songwriters festival. Karen and Don hope to go back again this year.
From one of Don and Karen's home concerts, this is Danny Dill ( "Long Black Veil", "I want to go Home") Don Wayne ( "Country Bumpkin", "Saginaw Michigan") Jimmy Payne ( "Woman,Woman") and Thom Shepard
Just some of the good people who support the 2nd Wednesday home concerts. You's see great songwriters in the audience here too.
Brian Shaw shares a song with us, and these Songwriter Hall of Fame writers. ( Don and Danny) You'll also see Ellen Britton, and Bruce Baxter
Don with Jed McNatt,Anna McNatt, Alison Dean, and Jesse McNatt before Bluebird show.
Possibly the most sought after room for songwriters anywhere, Don is always pleased to play the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.
Jesse and Anna McNatt help their dad with back up vocals at the Bluebird Cafe.
We all miss the Broken Spoke in Nashville. It was one of the all time great songwriter venues, recently closed.
There were some pretty funny scenes in "The Beverly Hillbillies" that featured Don and were cut for time, but you'll still see him in the credits and his face appears quite a few times in this Movie.
If you look closely, you'll recognize Leeanne Rymes in this commercial for TARGET stores. Look even closer, and you'll see Don McNatt as the bass player on the right.
Don takes pride in having been the lead singer for "Quo Jr." This Rock and Roll band had Hubby Mitchell ( Hi Records)on Keys, Velvert Turner (true student of Jimi Hendrix) Jerry Norris ( from Isaac Ha
Don with Qou Jr. at Push Concert at Memorial Stadium for crowd of 35.000.
Newspaper photos don't last so well, but this is Surrender Starting out in Clubs in Arkansas. Linda, Rick, Mick Don, and Bev can been seen in this one.
After playing with the Spiral Starecase together, Surrender was able to go back to the same venues under their own name. Here, Don, Mick and Rick Caughron are in a showroom in Toronto.
This was between takes on the set of "The Beverly Hillbillies". Billy Bob ( Don) with the band from back home, is confronted by the Wedding party manager. Cut from the movie, but great fun to do.
Don at the Legendary Palomino Club in North Hollywood with the SMPLZAT Band.
Ronn Crowder, Leo LeBlanc, Don and Joe Braus can all be seen in this photo of the SMPLZAT Band at a Southern California Country Fair.
Don also likes to play a variety of instruments. Here he is drumming at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas.
A gracious lady, and a great actress, Cloris Leachman as Granny, and Don wait at the honey wagon for a Clampett lunch.
Rob Schneider and Don cut up on the set between shots.
This is another celebrity photo. Here, Don, age 5, is mounting "Champion". Do you recognize him? He was Gene Autry's horse, and a definate movie star. Having Speedy for a Dad had it's advantages. Note