Feb./March 2012

The Jackson Blues
The History of Jackson, Mississippi
Jackson’s historic Farish Street
Malaco Records
Bobby Rush
Mississippi’s southern soul & blues legend
Dorothy Moore
The gospel according to Dorothy
Pat Brown
Good Blues For You
King Edward
“King Creole”
Rick Lewis
Keep the beat funky
Jimmy King
When In Jackson take the “K” train to the Subway!
James Evans
Have Horns Will Travel
Abdul Rasheed
Good Rockin’ Abdul
Chris Gill
Full Time Soul Shaker
Greg “Fingers” Taylor
Southern Soul Educated
London Moffett III
Man Of Many Talents
Grady Champion
Keeping It Real
The Historic Subway Lounge
Zac Harmon
Part Of Jackson, Mississippi Roots!
Alex Thomas
Making His “Mark” In Mississippi
Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame
Ace’s Alley
A Conversation With Boz Scaggs
The Motor CityShakedown
Pat Lewis, She’s In to Something
and She Can’t Shake It Loose
Brian’s Corner
Rosco Gordon
“That’s: R-o-s-c-o, No-E” 28

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On the cover:
Big City Rhythm & Blues Orchestra “South” relaxing down on Farish Street, Jackson Mississippi, October 2011.
Photo By
Robert Jr Whitall

Vol. 18, No. 1

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