articles tagged "soul"

Live on King Street announces final headliner

Monday, 21 July 2014 | Sybil Augustine
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The Majestic Theatre’s 4th annual Live on King Street lineup is complete! The fifth and final evening on September 19 will end with The Head and the Heart. This free, all ages event finishes out the summer series of similar shows featuring Cracker (July 25), Ziggy Marley (August 8) and Deer Tick (August 22). more »

WORT Underground Stage at Willy St. Fair!

Wednesday, 18 September 2013 | Sybil Augustine
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Stage lineups have been announced for this year’s festivities. On Sunday, Sept. 22 from noon-7 pm, six fantastic bands will rock the WORT Underground Stage!!! WORT DJs will be spinning music between sets. We’ll also be having a huge blowout sale at our largest vinyl & CD sale of the year. Here’s the scoop: 2013 WORT UNDERGROUND STAGE 12:00 Oedipus Tex [eerie semi acoustic girl/guy harmonies] 1:10 Cowboy Winter [garage soul, soulful garage] 2:20 4 Aspirin Morning [ska & hardcore] 3:30 Dick the Bruiser [post punk] 4:40 Venus in Furs [all female surf punk] 5:50 White Mystery [noisy garage rock] See more information and all the stage lineups here: http://www.cwd.org/community/events/willy-street-fair/ http://www.cwd.org/willy-street-fair-september-21-22/ more »

Sonny Mack

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 | buzz
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On Wednesday October 31, our host Peaches Lacey speaks with musician and recording artist, Sonny Mack. He grew up surrounded by music, first introduced to music through his parents, and began his career professionally playing with Bobby Rush. He grew up in Chicago, but has moved back and forth between the city and Memphis, where he currently resides. He has recently released a CD under the Ecko Records label. He describes the famous Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee, where he plays with his band, “The United States is a melting pot of people from all different cultures and countries…on Beale Street, you can see people from everywhere…every city in the US, and other countries…people come from Scandinavia, Japan, England, everywhere. [...] more »

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