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Posted: Aug 24, 2007 8:32 pm
 
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MEMPHIS MUSIC & HERITAGE FESTIVAL

September 1-2, 2007
PERFORMERS, ARTISTS, COOKS, TALKERS,
DRILL TEAMS, AND MORE
Schedule Subject to Change

Blues
Bobby Rush
The Daddy Mack Blues Band
Billy Gibson Blues Band
David Bowen
Blind Mississippi Morris & Brad Webb
William Lee Ellis
Brown Sugar Blues Band
David Evans with Elmo Lee Thomas
Barbara Blue
Sandy Carroll
Eden Brent
The Agitators
Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band

Jazz
Orange Mound Jazz Messengers
Renardo Ward & The Promise
Charlie Wood
Gary Topper Trio Tribute to Count Basie
Joyce Cobb Trio
Jumpin’ Chi Chi’s
FreeWorld featuring Herman Green
Peter Hyrka and the Gypsy Hombres
The City Champs
Devil Train
Tony Thomas Trio featuring Tom Lonardo and
Sam Shoup
Audie Smith and Vicki Newsum
Symbiosis Latin Jazz
Spoken Word
I Q Emcee

R&B
Elmo & The Shades
Charles Johnson & Kwest
The Kirk Family: Sidney, Cidney and Sidney
Cedric Keel Band
Willie Covington
Thomas Spurlock
Phil Durham and Brad Webb
Reggae
Exodus
Tropix

Latin
Felix Hernandez & Symbiosis
Domingo Montez & Los Cantodores
Klezmer
Memphis Klezmer All Stars

Gospel
The Legendary Roscoe Robinson
The Spirit of Memphis
Sensational Six
The Brown Singers
Darrell Petties with SIP (Strength in Praise)
Mellow Tones
Golden Keys
Anointed Cowans Singers
The Southern Jubilees
Gospel Jubilees
The Watson Singers
The Pilgrim Wonders
Holy Hip Hop
The Priesthood Family

Funk
Big Sam’s Funky Nation
Soul & Neo Soul
Bobby Rush
Tim Terry Experience
Will Graves & Soul featuring Men-Nefer
Country
Greg Hisky and his Dixie Whisky Flyers
The Eddie Bond Country Music Show
Roy Harper with Gene Bush
Pappa Tops West Coast Turnaround
Bluegrass
RandalMorton, & Grassfire
Goin’ Home
2 Mule Plow
Randal Morton Banjo Workshops (2)
Folk
Kate Campbell (Workshop and Concert)
Valerie June
Bob Cheevers
Kim Richardson
Rockabilly
Billy Lee Riley
Smoochie Smith and Hooch Morgan
Sonny Burgess & The Pacers
J. M Van Eaton with Billy Swan
Boogie Woogie Piano
Jason D. Williams
Jerry and Mike Kattawar

Rock
Jim Dickinson and Friends
Susan Marshall
Alicja Trout and MouseRocket
Dan Montgomery
The Third Man
Rap.Hip Hop
Mr. White and Delta Groove
Kavious
Willie Firecracker
Funkabilly
Giant Bear
Big Band
US Navy Big Band
Puppeteer
Jim Crosthwait

Drumlines
Millennium Maddness Drill Team
New Generation, Invincible Regulating Striders
Drill Team, Isiserettes Drill Team-Drum Squad,
And more.

Music for Children
Joe Murphy and the Flying Monkey Man Band

http://www.memphismusicandheritagefestival.com/schedule.html
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 9:06 pm
 
R&B
. . .Exodus

?!?!?!?!?
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 9:38 pm
 
It's the local reggae Exodus, named after the Hotel California of reggae albums, Bob Marley's Exodus. They've been around forever. There will be no Bay-Area Thrash at this festival.
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 9:46 pm
 
Roy Harper
The Roy Harper???

Funkabilly
Is this a band or a new genre that I need to stay away from?
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 9:49 pm
 
I'd like to know what the Hotel California of funkabilly albums is.
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 9:54 pm
 
I'm pretty sure it's The Red Hot Chilli Peppers' Freaky Styley
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 10:00 pm
 
Memphis Klezmer All Stars

Anyone know off hand who's in this?
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 10:02 pm
 
I'd like to know what the Hotel California of funkabilly albums is.

The Giant Bear record is ...
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 10:06 pm
 
Funkabilly
Is this a band or a new genre that I need to stay away from?


Both
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 10:14 pm
 
That Giant Bear record is comedy...."Head like a Hole" is the most cringe-worthy song/cover version to come outta Memphis in a LONG time...
Posted: Aug 24, 2007 10:37 pm
 
It's the local reggae Exodus, named after the Hotel California of reggae albums, Bob Marley's Exodus. They've been around forever. There will be no Bay-Area Thrash at this festival.

I know, just wishful thinking.
Posted: Aug 25, 2007 1:38 am
 
I'd like to know what the Hotel California of funkabilly albums is.


Sailing the Seas of Cheese
Posted: Aug 25, 2007 3:21 am
 
Sailing the Seas of Cheese

!!!!!!
Posted: Aug 30, 2007 3:23 am
 
That Giant Bear record is

actually pretty good. "Nashville" is a great song and they somehow managed to get Jimmy Davis, Cody Dickinson, and William Lee Ellis to play on it and produce some tracks. They're getting great reviews.

The cover isn't supposed to be funny "ha ha", but interesting and the crowds I've seen hear it have been into it.

I went on tour with them in the spring and it was a blast.
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