To the townsfolk of Adamsville, Alabama, Elnora Spencer’s birth was merely a cruel consequence of human nature. Two months premature, she was born to an 11-year-old rape victim and unlikely to survive.  At a meager but mighty 3 lbs 4 ounces Elnora was affectionately nicknamed Rabbit, but in hindsight, she should have been called Phoenix. […]

 Cool John Ferguson can play any style. But when he chooses to go real smooth with his sound he really shines. Match his silky smooth guitar with a Christmas classic and you’ve got yourself a magical holiday pairing. Playing each note with artfully nuanced endearment, Cool John takes you on a musical journey with […]

Texas Blues Woman Cookie McGee Gets Her HVAC Fixed!

inNews & Mediaon December 17, 2018

Cookie McGee was born and raised in Dallas in the North Park neighborhood and started playing the guitar at the age of five years old. As a young girl she would  visit her neighbor, blues legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer — Freddie King to listen and learn from him. Cookie quickly developed […]

Diggin’: Cootie Stark – Jingle Bells (kinda)

inTheir Musicon December 17, 2018

Christmas With Cootie by Cootie Stark During the holidays there usually two guarantees: 1) you’ll spend some quality time with family 2) you’ll probably be drinking. It’s these two things that are abundantly present on this version of Jingle Bells, performed by Cootie Stark and featuring John Dee Holeman, Captain Luke, Macavine Hayes, Whistlin’ Britches […]

Sam Frazier, Jr. is a powerful vocalist, with a lilting drawl that whines, growls and whistles through a smile neatly tucked under his pristine ten gallon hat. He’s a careful study that can blow a delicate melody with his harmonica and a sensitive songwriter that evokes country music’s cherished conventions; that timeless recipe of profound […]

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