Posted: Aug 16, 2003 4:43 am
for now there's no complete schedule, but it's good to know Reigning Sound + Jim Dickinson, and the auto shop wrasslers (Go Chris Lex! Will the "Bootylicious"-on-her-jeans-bottom show?) will be there.
From the listing below, there's more rap than in years past, plus some great, underappreciated r&b, blues,country/rockabilly and folkish stuff. Best of all, it's free! like it or you get your monkey money back!
this is from the website:
Here are some of the performers: Gospel greats The Spirit of Memphis and The Vance Ensemble, The Sensational Six, Country guitar man Roy Harper with dobro great Johnny Bellar. Rockabilly performers: Smoochy Smith, Paul Burlison, Sonny Burgess, and Billy Lee Riley. Blues Men Blind Mississippi Morris and Brad Webb, The Daddy Mack Blues Band, The Fieldstones, Billy Gibson and David Bowen, Blues lady Brown Sugar, David Evans with Jobie Kilzer, Reverend Gatemouth Moore with the Orange Mound Jazz Messengers, DiAnne Price, Carla and Vaneese Thomas, Marvell Thomas, Bluff City Backsliders, Exodus, Kate Campbell, The Johnny Yancey Jazz Orchestra, Bella Sun, Jackie Johnson, Jason D. Williams, Jerry and Mike Kattawar, 7 Dollars Socks, Memphix with rappers Al Capone and Kavious, Reigning Sound, 68 Comeback,The Masqueraders, Mark Lemhouse, Jim Dickinson, Eddie Bond, Los Cantadores, Joyce Cobb... and many more! Full schedule will be announced soon.