A very well-written letter to the Daily Mississippian at Ole Miss regarding a troubling racial incident that occurred on game day last week. Unfortunately, not enough progress has been made.
One final perspective on the Sunflower festival, and then I’ll probably let it go. I want to also state that my point here is not to berate or destroy a blues festival, because after all, I am a blues fan. My goal is to get the festival organizers to understand that fans like us are the people who support this event, and we are not happy! We hope for a dialogue with them, but if they insist on proclaiming this past weekend’s fiasco as a “success” and continue planning for more of the same next year, then the Sunflower Blues and Gospel Festival is doomed.
Yet more comments from people that were distressed by the way this year’s Sunflower Blues and Gospel Festival was set up.
Obviously, I wasn’t the only blues fan that disliked the vibe of this year’s Sunflower Blues and Heritage Festival
Follow this link for complete info about this year’s Sunflower Blues and Gospel Festival in Clarksdale, MS including travel information and a comprehensive schedule of performances.
This kind of discourse is common knowledge in 2012. Bill said it in 1990. A true american prophet. One of our greatest thinkers since emerson and thoreau. My new hero.
‘the elite ruling class wants us asleep so we’ll remain a docile apathetic herd of passive consumers, and non- participants in…
The new album from @Lil_Wyte “still Doubted” will be in stores June 19, 2012 #MemphisRising
Can one rollicking party in Mississippi hill country keep some of America’s oldest music alive?
On June 5th, the world will hear the first studio albums from two of the Underground Hip Hop scene’s most decorated players. Both Big K.R.I.T. and Curren$y will release their “debut albums,” although both have released a plethora of work in the past….