October 1, 2012
nprmusic:

The Mississippi Blues Project, produced by WXPN in Philadelphia, is a yearlong endeavor that showcases the rich musical heritage of the Magnolia State. Hear a continuous mix of the kind of rough, earthy Southern blues music you might hear in a smoky juke joint.
Photo: John Vettese

Big George Brock at Philadelphia Folk Festival, photographed by yours truly!

nprmusic:

The Mississippi Blues Project, produced by WXPN in Philadelphia, is a yearlong endeavor that showcases the rich musical heritage of the Magnolia State. Hear a continuous mix of the kind of rough, earthy Southern blues music you might hear in a smoky juke joint.

Photo: John Vettese

Big George Brock at Philadelphia Folk Festival, photographed by yours truly!

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    my daddy’s favorite music—>music of my childhood
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    Big George Brock at Philadelphia Folk Festival, photographed by yours truly!
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