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Marcia Ball at the Highline Ballroom

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New York, NY -- Fresh off the release of her new studio album Peace, Love, and BBQ, critically acclaimed contemporary blues artist Marcia Ball (Alligator Records) is on the road and bringing her swamp-inspired sound to fans across the nation. Marcia and the band recently took their good 'ole hometown southern jives all the way up to the folks in NYC for a one-night spot at The Highline Ballroom. Luckily for those who missed this opportunity to get a taste of some Gulf Coast grooves in the Big Apple, Woozyfly.com was there to catch it all on film and is pleased to announce the debut of this exclusive footage.

From the house-rocking “Watermelon Time" to the soulful “Where Do You Go?", viewers can tune in to the Marcia Ball page on Woozyfly.com (http://www.woozyfly.com/marciaball) to enjoy the newest tracks from this living legend live!

Since signing with Alligator Records in 2001, Marcia Ball has time and again proven herself as one of the greatest Blues artists of our time. She has been honored with two Grammy nominations and several Blues Music Awards including 2004 “Female Blues Artist of the Year" and “Piano Player of the Year" for three years running. Peace, Love & BBQ is another in a long line of stellar albums from Marcia Ball, and highlights her ability as a songwriter as well as a musician.

Watch her getting down and funky during her set at The Highline Ballroom and see for yourself why Marcia Ball is sure to go down in the Blues Hall of Fame. Visit www.woozyfly.com/marciaball for your taste of southern style Peace, Love & BBQ.

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