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Watermelon Slim and the Workers to Perform Benefit Show for the Detroit Blues Society on October 19

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Memphis Smoke and the Detroit Blues Society are proud to announce that they will be hosting a benefit show on Friday, October 19th featuring multiple Blues Music Award Nominee and Intrepid Artists performer, Watermelon Slim and the Workers.

The show will begin at 9 pm and is a benefit for the Detroit Blues Society and its many programs, including the Kids Affected By Cancer Guitar Program with Music Mentors, Gilda's Club, Latino Family Services, and Children's Hospital of Michigan.

Slim will take the stage at approximately 10:30 pm, but additional special musical guests, from Annie C. Oakley Management Company in Nashville, Bart Walker from Nashville and Christy Howard from Detroit. They will appear beginning at 9pm.

Admission for this event is absolutely free, but a tax-deductible donation to the Detroit Blues Society is requested. For further information, please visit www.dbsblues.com, www.myspace.com/yourdetroitbluessociety, or email [email protected]

If you are a member of the working media and wish to interview Watermelon Slim and the workers, please use the media contact below to arrange this opportunity, at least two weeks prior to the show.

MEDIA CONTACT FOR SHOW:
Steven J. Allen - DBS President
40 Burdick Woods Ct.
Oxford, MI. 48371
(248) 249-5287
[email protected]

TOUR MANAGEMENT FOR WATERMELON SLIM:
Brad Stewart
Intrepid Artists
1300 Baxter Street Suite 405
Charlotte NC 28204
Phone: 704.358.4777
[email protected]

MANAGEMENT FOR BART WALKER AND CHRISTY HOWARD:
Annie C. Oakley Management Co.
403 Clairton Ct.
Nashville,TN 37203

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