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Highlights from the North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic featuring Kenny Brown, The Rising Star Fife and Drum Corp, Blue Mother Tupelo, Garry Burnside, and Alvin Youngblood Hart. Interview with founder and Executive Director Sara Brown

William Lee Ellis continues his series, Religion and The Blues

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Memphis Tribute to Scotty Moore featuring John Paul Keith, Will Tucker, JM Van Eaton, and Jerry Philips

Interview with John Paul Keith and Will Tucker, who plays the role of Scotty Moore in the upcoming series Million Dollar Quartet

Beale Street Caravan contributor William Lee Ellis begins his series, Religion and The Blues

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