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Author: Warren Hines
Warren Hines is a writer based in the Mississippi Delta working on a book of travel stories. You can read some more of his work here: https://warrenahines.journoportfolio.com/.
Satriani’s excitement, animation, and wild facial expressions engaged the crowd throughout his performance
‘I Am’ showcases some of the finest musical talent in the Pacific Northwest and confirms J.R. Rhodes as a break-out talent in contemporary blues and rock.
‘Cradle to the Grave’ is filled with the sort of acoustic blues that makes the hairs stand up on a listener’s arm.
‘The Beat of My Heart’ covers a wide array of classic jazz and blues numbers with a refreshing approach and tight production.
“The blues market is only about two to three percent of the music market, whereas if you look at rock, for instance—well that’s more like forty percent. See, if you can corner that market, you can make more money,” Trenton Ayers explained to me…
Blackberry Smoke’s signature sound brings three-man harmonies and extra guitar-picking finesse to the classic sound of Southern rock…
‘Prick of the Litter’ features lounge-style originals by a career blues and rock musician with a casual elegance and a sense of humor.
Kingfish walked off the stage, joining the crowd on the green, jamming out using a wireless amplifier. It was reminiscent of a recent Buddy Guy performance I saw…
Downtown Greenville, Mississippi was buzzing yesterday evening with the announcement of yet another world class line-up of entertainers for the third annual Mighty Mississippi Music Festival.
The Mighty Mississippi was flowing in the evening sunlight as citizens of the Mid-Delta gathered for a celebration of the announcement, which included Gov’t Mule and many more!