CLARKSDALE: Cat Head store w/”Mississippi: State of Blues” booksigning w/music by Terry Harmonica Be

CAT HEAD DELTA BLUES & FOLK ART STORE
“Blues CDs, DVDs, books, souvenirs, artwork and more.”
252 Delta Avenue, Clarksdale, Mississippi 38614
www.cathead.biz • 662-624-5992

SAT NOV 20 (1pm) – noted photographer Ken Murphy and blues scholar Scott Barretta will sign their awesome, new “Mississippi: State of Blues” book ($59.95) — just in time for holiday gift giving! The large-sized, full color, coffee table book covers the Magnolia State’s contemporary blues scene in wonderful detail through photos and editorial.  (Clarksdale is especially featured with photos at Cat Head, Ground Zero Blues Club, Red’s Lounge, Messenger’s, Sarah’s Kitchen, Club 2000, New Roxy Theater, historic WROX studio, The Blues Barn, Hopson Commissary, Shackup Inn, Delta Blues Museum, etc.  Musicians include Super Chikan, Mr. Tater, Bilbo Walker, Big Jack Johnson, T-Model Ford and other Delta blues favorites.)  See website blog for book at http://unrealllc.com/?cat=3.

CALL CAT HEAD at 662-624-5992 to pre-buy your signed copy of “Mississippi: State of Blues.”

PLUS, DON’T MISS “MUSIC MAKER FESTIVAL” EVENTS ON SAT NOV 20TH:

11am – CAT HEAD – Yalls Bluesband
1pm – CAT HEAD – “Mississippi: State of Blues” book signingwith Ken Murphy & Scott Barretta (book includes a photo of Mr. Tater)
2pm – CAT HEAD – Terry “Harmonica” Bean as heard on XM Radioand seen in “M for Mississippi”
3pm – CAT HEAD – Dedication of Mr. Tater Memorial, featuring a new portraitby Rickey Smith of Clarksdale
3:10pm – CAT HEAD – The Tater Tots reunion show with John Ruskey, BillAbel, Stan Street and Dixie Street
5:30pm – CHANNEL ZILTCH (across from Lambfish Gallery on 3rd St.) -Weejy
6:45pm – CHANNEL ZILTCH (across from Lambfish Gallery on 3rd St.) -Walt Busby
8pm – CLUB 2000 – Anthony “Big A” Sherrod as seen in BluesRevue magazine
9pm – RED’S LOUNGE – James “T-Model” Ford as seen in “Mfor Mississippi”
9pm – GROUND ZERO BLUES CLUB – “TCB” Blues Band Birthday Blowout(TCB’s a “copy by day, bluesman by night”)