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The Mississippi Blues Trail Program not only celebrates and immortalizes the state’s vast contributions to the music world, but also draws so many to our state who are yearning for an authentic experience.
On the road with Bridging the Blues: Bobby Rush duets with Super Chikan, Po Monkey's Juke Joint
Super Chikan and Bobby Rush ended the day with an intimate duo show and storytelling session, but not before stopping by Po Monkey’s! Also a Blues Trail Marker unveiled and the International Blues Symposium!
Monday and Tuesday were the International Conference on the Blues at Delta State University! Awesome classes, informative speeches, and star blues jams!
Duncan, Miss. will soon unveil a new marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail, honoring the city’s blues legends. Eddie C. Campbell, renowned blues guitarist and singer, is one of several artists included on the marker.
The Mississippi Blues Trail and The Boy Scouts of America have partnered to create a unique and special patch for Mississippi-area boy scouts
An anonymous tip lead to the recovery of the famous Mississippi Blues Trail marker that went missing this week
A Mississippi Blues Trail Marker commemorating the birthplace of blues legend B.B. King is missing.
The famous dance that turned WC Handy into the Father of the Blues is about to gain a prestigious commemoration on the Mississippi Blues Trail — along with some exciting new facts about the event
One of the oldest blues festivals around, The King Biscuit Blues Festival consistently presents a stellar roster of performers. This phenomenal festival’s mission is to focus attention on the heritage and history of the Delta blues… and to inspire!
Texas Johnny Brown, the 85 year old Houston blues legend, has died. Brown, who penned Bobby Bland’s hit “Two Steps…