With a band name like North Mississippi Allstars, it’s obvious these guys have a reverence for their native soil. Maybe that’s why their rendition of Bruce Springsteen’s “My Hometown” sounds so natural. Their heartfelt recording is the closing track on the compilation Dead Man’s Town: A Tribute to Born in the U.S.A., which will be released on Sept. 16…
North Mississippi Allstars to play Bucknell University’s Weis Center for the Performing Arts Friday, September 26th in Lewisburg, PA. Part of their “Family Weekend,” tickets are available to students, non-students, seniors, and children.
The Southern Soul Assembly featuring Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne, Marc Brossard and JJ Grey have announced a West Coast tour, traveling to 11 cities this coming November.
Inspired by their roots, these four singer/songwriters join together to deliver a genuinely special night of stories and songs. The Southern Soul Assembly Tour pays homage to its collectively rich and passionate relationship with Southern music culture.
North Mississippi Allstars cover Bruce Springsteen’s “My Hometown” on the tribute album, Dead Man’s Town, dedicated to The Boss’ best-selling release Born In The U.S.A.
Dead Man’s Town, scheduled for a Sept 16 release, features a number of other acts covering songs from the iconic 1984 album, including Blitzen Trapper, Trampled by Turtles, Jason Isbell and Joe Pug.
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North Mississippi Allstars will headline the 2014 Bay Bridgefest in Bay St. Louis, MS on Saturday, September 13 in the Downtown Bay St. Louis Municipal Harbor. Other bands include The Iguanas, Joe Krown Trio W/ Walter Wolfman Washington & Russell Batiste, Rochelle Harper, Flathead Ford, and The Rooster Blues.
For more information go to www.baybridgefest.org