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Memphis Tri-State Blues Festival Coming to DVD

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Coming soon to DVD, the one-of-a-kind night at the DeSoto Civic Center is the Memphis Tri-State Blues Festival, filmed on August 14, 2004 in front of a record capacity crowd.

The Memphis Tri-State Blues Festival is a night filled with the music that made Memphis and Beale Street famous. Sure to deliver the same dynamic, high-energy entertainment as this annual concert filled with love, happiness and nostalgia-all in the name of the Blues. With performances from Soul Blues icons The Late Tyrone Davis, Willie Clayton, Latimore, the hottest newcomer Theodis Ealey and W.C. Handy Performer of the Year awards winner-3 times in a row and seen on PBS’s Road to Memphis -Bobby Rush. Blues-lovers are sure to laugh, dance, and enjoy a memorable evening again and again.

The Memphis Tri-State Blues Festival offers lovers of this genre a chance to experience the music at its best. The atmosphere is filled with camaraderie and joyous laughter destined to bring out the music-lover in all.

Timeless music classics-like “Mom’s Apple Pie", “In The Mood", “Turning Point", Turn Back The Hands Of Time", “Three Sleeping In My Bed", “Let’s Straighten It Out", “Sue", and “Stand Up In It" will conjure up memories of “the good old days." At the same time, this soul-stirring music has the timeless charm that caters to the young as well as the young at heart. This show is truly unforgettable!

pre-orders accepted on July 1, 2005 call 1-877-blues85

Contact: Julius Lewis E-Mail- [email protected]



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