NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 22, 2014)- Nashville based singer-songwriters Ben and Emily Roberts, better known as the duo Carolina Story, are pleased to announce the release ofChapter Two on June 24, 2014. The name Carolina Story was inspired by a promise they made to each other in North Carolina that they would commit themselves as a couple to making music together, blending a matrimonial partnership with their creative partnership, and living that journey through music made together for others and performed for them on the road. Chapter Two continues their narrative after last year’s Chapter One (#6 iTunes singer/songwriter chart; Top 10 Americana radio chart) release. This second original 6-song EP marks not only a cycle of growth in the duo’s writing and performing but also some changes in the storyline of their “Carolina Story” as husband and wife. Continue reading
Alcorn County native Jimbo Mathus and his band The Tri-State Coalition played a sold out homecoming show at Grahams Corner Store on Friday night. It was the inaugural show for the new performance hall, located just outside Corinth on Kendrick Road. Continue reading
Mark your diaries, book your flights, request your leave – Next Wave Festival 2014 kicks off in just 4 months!
Next Wave Festival 2014
New Grand Narrative
16 April – 11 May 2014
Spanning 28 days, New Grand Narrative unfolds the way most stories do: with a beginning, middle, climax and end. We begin with a series of talks and parties that frame the Festival from 16 – 28 April, then we strap into the main program (29 April – 11 May) culminating in a climax of two immersive weekends of new art adventures that span from breakfast to dancefloor. That’s right, our popular Day Passes make their return 3-4 & 10-11 May! Next Wave Festival 2014 concludes with reflection as 150 national and international delegates gather for the first-ever IETM Satellite Meeting in Melbourne 12 – 14 May. Continue reading
Mathus is a Grammy-winning folk artist whose music has southern and Scottish influences. The latest CD is called “Dark Night of the Soul.” Scott Chism and The Better Half also perform. Cocktails at 8 p.m.
CD RELEASE PARTY!!
Cocktails 8:00pm. Show 9:00pm. $10 Advance (no fees); $10 Door Presented in part by Capital City Beverage, Cathead Vodka, A2Z Printing & Find It In Fondren
Note: a $3.00 charge will be collected at the door from all ticket holders under the age of 21.
As one who’s covered nearly every American music genre — Delta blues, gypsy jazz, 1930s-era swing, klezmer while co-helming Squirrel Nut Zippers in North Carolina the ‘90s; Mississippi Hill Country blues grooves with the North Mississippi Allstars; jug band blues with cohorts Luther Dickinson and Alvin “Youngblood” Hart in the South Memphis String Band— the new album is a road back home. The emphasis is focused squarely on Jimbo’s songwriting. Some of the songs reflect his soul and blues upbringing while others are the brand of neo-Southern rock for which he and his band, the Tri-State Coalition, have become renowned.
JIMBO will be in JACKSON, MS on FRIDAY, APRIL 4th at DULING HALL. Continue reading
Cat Head turned 10 years old this year in a place where that’s a long time for a business. It’s achieved that by cutting out a strong niche for itself as both a commercial enterprise that sells blues music, art and books to visitors and also a community resource that has played, is playing and will continue to play an integral role in the redevelopment, renaissance, whatever you want to call it, of downtown Clarksdale. Continue reading
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