I suppose at this time of year we should all celebrate any rain we get before we head into the dry, hot depths of summer, but honestly, I am tired of muddying up my shoes when going out after the rain to pull weeds. And, mentally I am preparing for the upcoming mosquito explosion, ugh.
BUT, sometimes mud is good...like when the great-nephew of blues icon McKinley "Muddy Waters" Morganfield visits Fayetteville to share his Delta inspired blues
with the community. Interested?
Read on below about the event TONIGHT being held at the Music Education Initiative's Juke Joint Project at the Pryor Center
on the square in Fayetteville.
"Festival Season" is definately on our calendar this week with the Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival and the Ozark Mountain Soul Music Festival in Eureka Springs. Both festivals feature some of your favorite local artists. You can find out more
This week's news includes the information on tonight's Keith Johnson performance at the Juke Joint Project. There is now also
an article offering quick access to some of the area's summer music series. You will also find the continuing article for the weekly
Blues History feature from Big Train and the Loco Motives. Read on below for how to access these great
history based presentations.
Perhaps you are not seeing your favorite blues artist or venue listed in our calendar? We compile listings from local community calendars for our partner artists and venues throughout the area. Remember, artists and fans alike may send us blues event listings that may not appear in the community calendars. Just email SANDY to share
listings that include performances occurring from next weekend through the following weekend.
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