BAY SAINT LOUIS: 100 Men Hall w/DK Harrell blues brunch

D. K. Harrell

Bay Saint Louis, MS – Bay Saint Louis, MS – Second Sunday Summer
Blues Brunch at 100 Men Hall features D.K. Harrell on Sunday, June
9, 2024 from 11am to 1pm. Tickets are $20 in advance and go up at
the door if not sold out. This show is an Alligator Mike
Promotion. Food for purchase by Chef Gene Coia along with
a cash/credit bar.
D.K. Harrell is an emerging Blues artist from Ruston, Louisiana. In
2019, he performed at the B.B. King Symposium and was given the
honor of playing one of B.B. King's signature Lucille guitars. He
competed in the 2022 International Blues Challenge and finished in
3rd place out of over 200+ international Blues acts.  D.K. has shared
the stage with some of the Blues' most recognizable contemporary
artists; Gary Clark Jr.  Mr. Sipp, Tedeschi-Trucks band, and
Christone "Kingfish" Ingram. He is the Jus Blues awards 2022 B.B.
King, King of the Blues award recipient.
As a Blues artist, D. K. Harrell is dedicated to the preservation of the
Traditional Blues created and performed by B.B. King, Little Milton
and other great Blues artists. D.K. is an artist who wants to bring his
perspective of the Blues to the world with the message that younger
generations have the blues too.

Food for purchase by Chef Gene Coia. Chef Gene has been cooking
since he could see the stovetop. He has earned his stripes in and
about the New Orleans culinary scene, winning multiple awards.
Catch him cooking for the kids for the 100 Men Hall's A Soulful
Christmas every December and hope you catch his magic for the
Hall's gumbo cook-off, Rock 'N' Roux.
Tables for the show may be reserved for an additional fee by
clicking here.
The iconic and historic 100 Men Hall was founded in 1894 by 12 civic-
minded African American Bay Saint Louis residents whose goal was
to “assist its members when sick, bury its dead in a respectable
manner, and knit friendship”. The Hall now owned by Rachel
Dangermond, grew to become a robust performance venue included
on “the Chitlin Circuit”, an historic nationwide network of
performance spaces, and a stop on the Mississippi Blues Trail map.

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