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 Robert Johnson Blues Foundation is presenting the Robert Johnson Crossroads Celebration, to be held October 27th at the historic Alamo Theatre at 33 North Farish St. in Jackson, MS.
"They say the only people who know true freedom are musicians and gangsters," Chris Robinson says with a laugh.
The show closed with all three artists back on stage, joined by Harerra on harp, for a rousing “Catfish Blues,” first recording in 1941 by Robert Petway. The True Blues trio intends to donate a portion of any profits from the tour, CD and DVD to “a blues-related charity.” The blues is in good hands, folks, the blues is in good hands.
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Just after the announcement that he would be leaving Royal Southern Brotherhood, Zito sat down with ABS to discuss in detail what really happened, moving forward, and knowing himself.