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September 4, 2009 Volume # 4  Issue # 33

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KAYE BOHLER… her energy makes you high! It’s Raw, Real, Unpretentious, Powerful Playful and truly Authentic.
Years of live performance and passionate study of Rhythm and Blues and Jazz have produced an incomparable world-class performer in Kaye Bohler. This bandleader singer and songwriter always delivers a riveting show filled with grooving originals, swinging blues, funky soul and danceable R&B favorites. Whether Kaye brings her 4-piece rhythm section or 10-piece big band of veteran rhythm and blues musicians her high impact show never disappoints.

With over 20 years of performance experience including; touring Japan with American Can Can Review, the Pacific North West with the band Pele Juju, countless concert, club and festival appearances up and down the California coast has led Kaye to develop a well-crafted original show of tasty swing and High impact Rhythm and Blues. Having shared the stage with legendary Rhythm and Blues favorites such as Bozz Skaggs, Tommy Castro, Johnnie Johnson, Magic Slim, Sista’ Monica, Rod Piazza, and countless others, Kaye is posed to move into the spotlight of the greats in American Roots Music.

In March of 2009, Kaye released her third CD and finest work to date, a 10-song CD entitled “Like A Flower” featuring Robben Ford on the title track. With the help of Producer, Tony Lufrano this compilation of original material captures a bit of the East Bay Funk, Old School R&B, jazz and a journey of life’s experience through song as only a Blues Singer can deliver. Only the upper echelon of (San Francisco) Bay Area Rhythm and Blues musicians were chosen for these recordings including; Tommy Castro, Danny Caron, Steve Evans, Nancy Wright, Garth Webber, Sammy Varela, Jimmy Sanchez, John Paul, Tom Poole, Mike Rinta, Johnnie Bamont among others. This CD stamps in your memory an impression of a true singer, a woman with a golden tambered big voice in love with her craft devoted to delivering the real deal.

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Charles Wilson follows up his BMA nominated Delmark album "If Heartaches Were Nickels" with "Troubled Child", his first release on Severn.
Horn and string arrangements by Willie Henderson (Tyrone Davis and Jackie Wilson). The album weaves between tunes such as the Sam Dees penned title track, Bobby Bland's Where My Baby Went, the late Little Milton (Charles' uncle) and Denise LaSalle's Somebody's Tears, the Oakland based Natural Four's It's Love that Really Counts, Bob Marley's Is This Love and two originals written by bassist and co-producer Steve Gomes. 'Monster' Mike Welch provides stellar guitar work and the Severn house band provides Charles with the canvas for his edgy, yet smooth, vocals.

The flagship blues club in this home of the blues will have a new home of its own by next year.
Chicago- Buddy Guy's Legends is moving up the block from its present South Loop location at 754 S. Wabash to 700 S. Wabash, a building that housed the jazz and world music club HotHouse until mid-2007. Renovation is under way on the two-story building, which more recently was used by Kinko's and an art supplies store.
News that the club is moving comes a decade after reports first surfaced that Legends would have to close or relocate when the 754 S. Wabash property was donated to Columbia College. The bad economy, which cooled plans for new construction projects at Columbia, allowed Legends management to bide its time in the club's 20-year home until a suitable replacement site could be found.
Owner Buddy Guy, 73, one of the few blues superstars who still tours regularly, has long expressed a desire to purchase a building for Legends. Guy has cited the need for a first-class downtown facility to represent Chicago's signature music. The new building should provide for larger capacity, better sound and sight lines, the flexibility of a second-floor stage and more space to exhibit the club's impressive collection of blues artifacts.
Guy sees irony in the fact that certain things have come full circle since Legends opened in 1989.
"You know when I first opened Legends, people were complaining that the club was too big for a blues club," Guy told the Sun-Times in a statement. "Now we've become too small and need more space. In the new place we'll have more room for people so when I play or my friends like the Stones or [Eric] Clapton come play, people won't have to stand outside 'cause they can't get in."
Brian Moravec, Legends' general manager, points out that Guy makes a comfortable living by playing and recording music, so he doesn't rely on Legends to yield a hefty profit. "He has a blues club only to keep the blues alive," Moravec says, citing Guy's multimillion-dollar investment to acquire the building and land, gut the building and rebuild totally.
When it was announced that Guy was seeking a new site, landlords citywide contacted the club suggesting that their locations would be ideal. "The more we thought about other areas, we realized that no place makes sense but here in the South Loop," says Isabelle Libmann, Legends' special events and public relations chief. Guy is even more emphatic, stating, "I'm trying to keep some entertainment in the South Loop."
The new Legends should attract at least as many guests from nearby hotels while drawing increased walk-in traffic, Moravec says.
Unlike HotHouse, in which the mainstage was on the second floor, Legends will utilize the ground floor as its primary area. There'll be seating for nearly 400, up slightly from the 754 S. Wabash location, with a second stage upstairs for a total capacity of about 600. The city, Moravec explains, charges a greater amusement tax for clubs that seat more than 750. "And if it's too big, you lose the intimacy," Moravec says. "Blues is better in a more intimate room."
The second floor will have a bar, pool tables, Guy's private office and band dressing rooms. It also may be used as a party area, allowing management the flexibility of renting out either area for private events while ensuring that public entertainment is available nightly -- a plus for international tourists who visit Chicago only briefly.
Gand Music and Sound will be working with the architects to design a state-of-the-art sound system. But Libmann is quick to point out that despite top-notch sound and video systems, the new Legends will retain the earthy atmosphere that people expect from a blues club. "I hear people complain that they're afraid that it'll be too big and too clean," she says. "With all these technical upgrades, it's important to point out that everything else is staying pretty much the same."
A specific timetable for opening the new Legends would be premature, Moravec says. "The city's been very tough with clubs ever since E2 [the 2003 nightclub disaster]. The city's not going to make things easier on us [with code enforcement] just because Buddy Guy is the owner."
Guy's love of Chicago blues dates to 1957, when he got off a bus from Louisiana and heard great music coming from nearly every South Side storefront bar. Prior to owning Legends, he ran the famed Checkerboard Lounge, 423 E. 43rd St., in the 1970s and early '80s.
"There aren't many blues clubs left in Chicago, but there are still a lot of blues fans," Guy says. "I'm giving them a place to go."



(GUERNEVILLE, CA) – Russian River’s two major music festivals will be combined into one weekend to provide music fans an exciting weekend of both jazz and blues music. The Russian River Jazz & Blues Festival will be held Sept. 12-13, 2009, at Johnson’s Beach Resort in Guerneville, a popular resort town nestled in the scenic Russian River Valley.

This is the first year the two events will be combined into the same weekend. Previously, the Russian River Blues Festival was held in June, while the Russian River Jazz Festival took place in September. Organizers cited the economy and the desire to create something special for attendees as the reasons for change.

“This allows us to keep the Russian River festival tradition alive for its 33rd year, while enabling music fans to still enjoy their love of jazz and blues, outdoors in this picturesque setting,” said Rich Sherman, president of Omega Events. “We look forward to welcoming fans back for another year of live music on the river.” The Russian River music festivals have a rich history dating back to the 1970s. Music legends have traveled to Guerneville, including blues artists such as Etta James and Al Green, to jazz musicians Stan Getz and Pat Metheny. Hundreds of thousands of fans have attended the events over the years.

For the event, jazz music will be featured on Sat., Sept. 12, and blues on Sun., Sept. 13.

Sat. September 12 (Jazz Festival):

AL JARREAU - 5 time Grammy Award winning vocalist
JAZZ ATTACK - a high-energy collaboration featuring three stars of contemporary jazz...
RICK BRAUN - trumpeter extraordinarre
JONATHAN BUTLER - South African-born guitarist & vocalist
RICHARD ELLIOT - powerhouse saxman
•...and we still have 4 artists yet to be announced for the jazz day

Sun. September 13 (Blues Festival):

THE NEVILLE BROTHERS - the first family of New Orleans
DR. JOHN - The Nightripper won his 5th Grammy Award in 2008 for his heartfelt tribute to his hometown, New Orleans
The Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue, a true blues showcase with four headliners in their own right...
TOMMY CASTRO BAND - Bay Area favorites, and one of the tightest blues today
BERNARD ALLISON - a powerhouse guitarist and vocalist, who follows in the footsteps of his his father, Luther
RICK ESTRIN - harmonica pro and longtime vocalist of Little Charlie & Nightcats
JANIVA MAGNESS - sultry singer and nominee for "B.B. King Entertainer of the Year" from Blues Music Awards
•...and 3 more artists TBA.

The festival will feature four headliner performances on the main stage, with two artists on the Wine Garden Stage (each performing two sets).

GEN. ADMISSION: $45 for adults per day, $10 for children (ages 6-12)
GEN. ADMISSION WEEKEND PASS: $70 for adults (save $20)
GOLD PASS: $90 per day
GOLD WEEKEND PASS: $150 for adults (save $30)

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4th Annual
Evening of Art & Blues
September 25, 2009 at the Jemison Mansion
1305 Greesnsboro Ave., Tuscaloosa
Dr. G.B. Burt
and music by
ABP Advanced Band
Simple Interest 
Alabama Blues Women Revue
Live Auction Items include...
Autographed B.B. King Guitar
Autographed Bonnie Raitt Guitar
Autographed Bobby Rush Guitar
Football & Forbes Magazine -
Autographed by UA Coach Nick Saban
Evening of Art & Blues Tickets
General Admission $20.00VIP Seating $50.00VIP Table (Seats 10) $450.00
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Proceeds To Benefit Bucks and Hunterdon County Non-Profit Organizations
Stockton, NJ --Announcing the exclusive WDVR live broadcast of the "3rd Annual Delaware River Blues Fest" to be held on Sunday September 20th from noon until closing. The event features Blues Legend Johnny Winter at the Stockton Inn, Stockton, NJ. WDVR Blues Director Jeffrey Apoian will be broadcasting the event live all day. The event benefits: SAFE of Hunterdon County(for victims of domestic abuse), Childhood Cancer and NOVA (Network Of Victim's Assistance) in Bucks County..
As the featured act, Johnny Winter is arguably the biggest living Blues stars performing today and one of the biggest names in Blues to come to the area in years. Avid Blues fan Jeffrey Apoian has collaborated with producer Joe DeJessa of Falcon Productions to make the live broadcast possible.
Local radio station WDVR will be broadcasting the "3rd Annual Delaware River Blues Fest" from the Stockton Inn for the second year in a row. This year's event will feature 10 local Blues acts. This includes J. B. Kline Band, 2009 W. C. Handy Award nominee Steve Guyger, Sarah Ayers Band, Kking Bee and the Stingers, Paul Plumeri, Joe Zook's Blues Deluxe, Don Mayer Band, David Barry and Christina Harris.
Non-commercial and listener supported WDVR is located in Sergeantsville and can be found on the FM dial at 89.7 Delaware Township and 91.9 in Princeton, Lawrenceville, Trenton, NJ. and streaming online at

The Rolling Stones in 1964: Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman.
(NYTimes) More than 40 years after the guitarist Brian Jones, a founding member of the Rolling Stones, was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool, British police have said they will reexamine the case after receiving new information from an investigative journalist, Reuters reported. Jones, a bohemian blues musician who helped create the Rolling Stones in 1962 (and is said to have come up with the group’s name, taken from the Muddy Waters song “Rollin’ Stone Blues”), was found dead on July 3, 1969, at a home in East Sussex that once belonged to A. A. Milne. At that time, Jones had recently left the band, and a coroner’s report gave the official cause for his demise as “death by misadventure,” though subsequent films and books (including “The Murder of Brian Jones” by Anna Wohlin, a girlfriend of Jones who was with him when he died) have suggested that foul play was involved. British officials did not say what new information they had received or who had given it to them. But a spokesman for the Sussex police told Reuters, “These papers will be examined by Sussex Police but it is too early to comment at this time on what the outcome will be.”
Click to read The New York Times’s original report on the death of Brian Jones from July 3, 1969. (pdf)

New Book by Kevin Belford Chronicles Pre-WWII History of St. Louis Blues
SOURCE: St. Louis Jazz Notes by Dean Minderman
St. Louis artist and author Kevin Belford, who has made local musicians a frequent subject of his work over the course of his career, has a new book coming out that chronicles St. Louis blues musicians of the 1920s and 1930s.
Issued by St. Louis-based Virginia Publishing, Devil at the Confluence: The Pre-War Blues Music of St. Louis is a coffee-table book recounting the stories and songs of legends including Peetie Wheatstraw, Henry Townsend, St. Louis Bessie and many other pre-World War II era performers.
The product of years of research, the book is illustrated with Belford's original paintings, plus vintage photographs and other material he unearthed during his digging. As a bonus, there's also an accompanying CD of rare recordings of St. Louis blues legends, produced by former St. Louisan Bob Koester's label Delmark Records.
Devil at the Confluence is scheduled for official release in September, and Belford will be doing a number of promotional events, the most ambitious of which would seem to be a one-night-only showing of the paintings from the book, to be held from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 on Friday, September 11 at Mad Art Gallery.
Other planned events include a signing at the Big Muddy Blues Festival downtown over Labor Day weekend; another at Webster Records during the Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival on Saturday, September 19; and two more later in the month at BB's Jazz Blues and Soups and the Blues City Deli. For more info, check out the blog Belford has set up in conjunction with the book's release.
Known among local music fans for his posters of St. Louis jazz legends and blues performers, Belford has worked as a freelance illustrator doing advertising, corporate art, and editorial illustration for books and for print media such as The Sporting News, the St Louis Post Dispatch, St Louis magazine, and the Riverfront Times. His previous books include The Ballpark Book (for The Sporting News) and the children's books Amazing Arthur Ashe, Spirit Of A Champion and Twist Of Fate-The Miracle Horse Of Longmeadow Ranch.

Time to get your Groove on! Hernando County’s first Blues festival is coming.
WHAT: Bluesapalooza. Blues, Brews, BBQ & More on the Nature Coast!
Get your groove on at Hernando County’s first Blues Festival to include craft vendors, commercial and non-profit exhibits, fabulous food vendors and an interactive Kidzone! Highlighting the Music stage will be some of Central Florida’s best Blues,
Americana, Southern Rock and more. Scheduled artists on Saturday include; Shaun Rounds Band, The WhoDoo’s featuring Bodie Valdez & Headlining…the Sean Chambers Band. Scheduled artists on Sunday include; Josh Lamkin & Automatic Heat, Sarasota Slim with Nitro & Headlining…the Damon Fowler Group.
WHERE: Anderson Snow Park, 1360 Anderson Snow Rd, Spring Hill, FL 34609
Just off the Suncoast Parkway, between County Line Rd and Spring Hill Dr.
WHEN: Saturday (11a-10p) Sept 19 & Sunday (12p-8p) Sept 20, 2009.
COST: $5 per person, per day, general admission. 12 and under admitted free. Limited advanced VIP reserved seating is $25 per day, $40 for both days. Day of event, at gate, if available, is $30/day or $50/both days.
Chairs, blankets and small umbrellas are permitted. * For VIP reserved ticket purchases, please contact Christie Williams at (352) 540-6357. Tickets are available now by phone. Visa, MasterCard, Checks & Money Orders are accepted.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — NBC says Eric Clapton will perform with Bruce Hornsby and his band on Jay Leno’s new prime-time show.
Hornsby and the Noisemakers will play “Space is the Place” on “The Jay Leno Show” on Sept. 17. The song is from Hornsby’s upcoming album, “Levitate.”
Leno has said he intends to offer interesting groupings when he showcases musicians on his new prime-time comedy show.

Jimmy Page
Surrey,UK - A music mad Guildford man has published a book about his time rubbing shoulders with rock legends from The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
David Williams grew up a few doors from Led Zep guitarist Jimmy Page and later forged ties with Stones icons Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Keith Richards. The First Time We Met The Blues offers an insight into the lives of the young musicians before they became famous across the world.
Mr Williams said: “My sons had always been into music and I guess I really wrote it for them. “They had heard a few tales down the pub and I just thought I’d write it to let them have an idea of what I used to get up to in those days.
“I wrote it down in rough about six or seven years ago when I was out fishing in South Africa and it sat there for ages. “Then one or two friends suggested I ought to try and get it published because people might be interested in the tale. “It reveals a time that’s now gone.”
Mr Williams and Jimmy Page both lived in Miles Road in Epsom and it was their love of blues music that brought them together.
“We just grew up kicking a ball around and doing the things kids do but when we got into our teens we started to get into music,” he said. “However, it was a very different time then and the music was all for adults, nothing for teenagers.
“But occasionally we’d hear this music called the blues and we both found it so exciting. “It was so difficult to hear it anymore and for Jim and I it became something of an obsession.”
After writing to a music newspaper criticising British cover versions of American blues songs, Mr Williams received a letter from Brian Jones. This brought him into contact with Jagger and Richards and he joined them and Page on a trip to Manchester in 1962 to see legendary bluesmen including T-Bone Walker, Willie Dixon and John Lee Hooker. “To me they were just ordinary guys with a shared interest in music,” Mr Williams said. “I really liked Brian, who was a kind of loveable rogue, but I wouldn’t have trusted him as far as a could chuck him.
“Keith I always got on very well with. I saw a clip of him the other day and he’s just the same. “He was mad about Chuck Berry but was just a regular guy.”
Mr Williams still hears from Page "now and again" but lost interest in the Stones when they hit the big time. “I last saw the Stones in about 1963 in Richmond,” he said. “By then they were getting followed by a load of screaming girls. It didn’t do much for me and I gradually lost touch with them.”
The First Time We Met The Blues is published by Music Mentor Books.

Editor Note: Blues Festival Guide Sales Rep Cheryl O'Grady-Yearnshaw and her husband Tom Yearshaw are taking a well deserved vacation.  A vacation in search of Blues!

The trip is going well! Thanks to everyone who has sent us emails regarding hot Blues spots and barbeque! We’re already making plans to check out some of them. It’s Tuesday and we’re in New Mexico still headed to the Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival in Oklahoma ( We’ve been traveling Route 66 as much as possible and enjoying the nostalgia. After the festival we will leave Monday and head to Clarksdale, MS and end out our week at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues Festival in Pascagoula on September 12, 2009 ( Keep the emails coming and who knows we might show up in your neck of the woods. We should have pics next week.
Back on the blues highway,
Cheryl and Tom
* Free Live Webcast-19th Annual Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival- Down Home Blues Club- Sept 4-6 7pm-5am –CST-

99 ASH ST.
This Jam, sponsored by the Maine Blues Society, occurs EVERY Thursday night beginning at 8pm, hosted by Poke Chop and The Other White Meats.
While things are going satisfactorily we could ALWAYS stand to have more society members in attendance, both musicians AND aficionados of the blues. Not only do we try to educate folks about the blues, we encourage the participation in the blues by joining the society as well as coming out and joining in the music.
So tell your friends, tell your spouse, tell your baby-sitter, tell your teacher, tell your co-worker. The blues is alive and well and waiting for you every thursday night at The Cage, 97 Ash St. Lewiston ME.
For more jam nights in Maine click


The Sacramento Blues Society has canceled its Northern California Blues Festival due to the weak economy.
The concerts were scheduled for Sept. 12 and 13 in Sacramento’s Southside Park. “The ticket sales weren’t there and the sponsorships weren’t there,” said Willie Brown, chairman of the festival committee for the Sacramento Blues Society. “We had to pull the plug.”
The festival for years was a small blues concert in a Fair Oaks park. This year, festival organizers planned to move the event downtown. “We didn’t get any sponsorship, and that weekend of Sept. 12 and 13 follows a furlough Friday,” Brown said. “I don’t know if you’ve been downtown on those days, but there is nobody around.”
The Saturday show was to be headlined by guitarist Coco Montoya and Sunday’s feature act was to be Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings. About a dozen bands had been booked to play. The event would have required a stage installed over the park’s small bandstand, as well as the construction of a temporary perimeter fence and security, expenses that weren’t being offset by sponsorship dollars, he said.


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It’s Labor Day! Your last chance to smear on some sun block, fire up the grill, and turn up the blues.  A little working music for you this week, from the Stones, Sue Foley, Elvin Bishop, Delbert McClinton, Keb Mo, and more.  Plus: new truck driving music from Watermelon Slim.  There’s no work involved for you to take a shot at a free copy of the new CD from Mississippi’s own Johnny Rawls.  It is called ACE OF SPADES, and Cat Food Records wants you to sign up for your chance to win.  While you are signing up for things, Alligator Records wants to give ten Alligator CDs of their choice to ten lucky listeners.   It’s all here.

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14th Annual Howlin' Wolf Memorial Blues Festival
Friday, September 4, 2009

West Point, Mississippi, U.S.
Monaghan Rhythm & Blues Festival "Harvest Time Blues"
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Monaghan Town, Ulster, Ireland
+353 47 38162
Hot Springs Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Hot Springs, Arkansas, U.S.
Rhythm and Roots Festival
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Charlestown, Rhode Island , U.S.
Dusk Till Dawn Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Rentiesville, Oklahoma, U.S.
The Mayor's Blues Ball
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Medicine Park, Oklahoma, U.S.
Rhythm & Roots at Ninigret
Friday-Sunday, September 4-6, 2009

Charlestown, RI, U.S.
D. C. Blues Festival
Saturday, September 5, 2009

Washington, District of Columbia, U.S.
Sixth Ever ShedHed
Saturday, September 5, 2009

Ocean Springs, Mississippi, U.S.
Simi Valley Blues Festival
Saturday, September 5, 2009

Simi Valley, California, U.S.
The Heart of America Living History Blues Fest
Saturday-Sunday, September 5-6, 2009

Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.
Blues By The Bay
Saturday-Sunday, September 5-6, 2009

Eureka, California, U.S.
Marquette Area Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, September 5-6, 2009

Marquette, Michigan, U.S.
Riverside Bluesfest
Saturday-Sunday, September 5-6, 2009

St. Marys, Ohio , U.S.
Long Beach Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, September 5-6, 2009

Long Beach, CA, U.S.
Blues to the Point
Friday-Saturday, September 11-12, 2009

Carrollton, KY, U.S.
Greater Ozarks Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, September 11-12, 2009

Springfield, Missouri, U.S.
Red, White and Blues
Friday-Saturday, September 11-12, 2009

Fredonia, New York, U.S.
2009 Smokin' Jazz & Barbecue Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, September 11-12, 2009

Brighton, Michigan, Canada
Blues At The Beach
Friday-Sunday , September 11-13, 2009

Virginia Beach, VA , U.S.
Southside Shuffle Blues and Jazz Festival
Friday-Sunday, September 11-13, 2009

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Belvedere Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday , September 11-13, 2009

Canon City, Colorado, U.S.
Dunfanaghy Jazz & Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday , September 11-13, 2009

Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland
+353 861735109
Sun Prairie Blues Fest
Saturday, September 12, 2009

Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, U.S.
Playing with Fire
Saturday, September 12, 2009

Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
Great American Blues and BBQ Festival
Saturday, September 12, 2009

San Rafael, CA, U.S.
Russian River Jazz & Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, September 12-13, 2009

Guerneville, California, U.S.
Northern California Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, September 12-13, 2009
Sacramento, CA, U.S.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, September 12-13, 2009

Gautier, Mississippi, U.S.
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