I think I saw him play once at that blues restaurant/club that used to be next to The Catch near the Anaheim Stadium. I saw a few interesting acts there though I wouldn't compare it to say seeing Donovan at Pappy and Harriets in Pioneertown with every outlaw biker gang in SoCal present and accounted for which I have done before. Some of the best included Miss Lavelle White and Anson Funderburgh & the Rockets featuring Sam Myers.
I would throw Kid Ramos in there but unfortunately he decided to turn his set into a WWF match during his opening number when some guy climbed onto the stage and started dancing next to him. The guitar was carefully set down and off came the leather jacket and then he grabbed the idiot and flipped him off the stage onto the dance floor before climbing down and showing off his "guns" (e.g. big arms for those of you who don't know what that means) in some of his street fighting moves. I think that might have been a lawsuit and I'm not sure if that place is even in business anymore. Oh well, David was good at Dohney Blues Festival anyways.