Sound has been described as "otherworldly."  Nashville pedal steel sound meets Elmore James. Blues, Gospel and Americana.
photo c. Megan Marascalco Photography


Previous events


Tunes Around Town

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Spring Street Cigars, 415 South Lamar, Oxford, MS

Join me anytime between 5:00 and 7:00 Friday Nov. 12 for 20 minute sets of solo instrumental slide guitar, and visiting. Rich will be there too and would love some company. FREE, sponsored by #YoknapatawphaArtsCouncil and #VisitOxford. Welcoming guests to Oxford for the Texas A&M game. We will be outdoors and encouraging social distancing. Perfect for dropping in then strolling the square. Neat store.

O.B. McClinton Foundation

The Legend of Robert Johnson at the Crossroads

O.B. McClinton Foundation, Gravel Springs

Supported in part by the Mississippi Humanities Council Speakers Bureau.

Tennessee Williams Festival

Cutrer Mansion, 109 Clark St., Clarksdale MS

With Alice Walker. Scenes from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. RESERVATIONS NECESSARY: This is the only festival event with a charge, to cover food and drink ($25 if reserved/paid in advance | $35 unreserved at the door | $10 for students). Please prepay or guarantee payment if you reserve and are unable to attend because we have to guarantee the food! Mail/drop checks: Cutrer Mansion, 109 Clark Street, Clarksdale MS 38614 , or reserve for $25 and pay at the door. Deadline to reserve: Tuesday, October 9th. To reserve, please email


Private Party

New Albany Mississippi

The Legend of Robert Johnson at the Crossroads

Como Public Library, 104 Main Street, Como Mississippi In colorful costume,storyteller Rebecca Jernigan and guitarist Wendy Garrison retell the tale of legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. With music, drama and sign language, they recount his fateful encounter with the Prince of Darkness at the crossroads in the Delta. Made possible by the Mississippi Humanities Council.