PHOTOS & VIDEOS FROM OUR ARCHIVE FILES
Jimmi Mayes participates in the B.B. King Day Symposium at Mississippi Valley State University
On the movie set Way of War starring
Cuba Gooding Jr. with Bill HowlNMadd Perry as the Bluesman.
Former Artist Roster member Cash McCall featured in Blues Blast Magazine February 2019. The interview is great and written by our friend Mike Stephenson. Mike Stephenson is a UK based blues journalist and photographer who has been a blues fan all his life. He has written articles on and interviewed blues artists and reviewed blues events in Europe and the US primarily for Blues & Rhythm but also for other blues,
Dubtonic Kru are a live reggae band from Jamaica. After earning the title "Best New Band in the World 2010 - 2011" at the Global Battle of the Bands international contest and many other achievements, they performed in Mississippi at the 308 Blues Club in Indianola, MS during their America tour. Event produced by Mississippi Delta Blues, Inc. featured Blues Musicians, Mickey Rogers, Bill HowlNMadd Perry and Jesse Robinson jamming with the band.
Bill HowlNMadd Perry performs at the
MORGAN FREEMAN BLESSISSIPPI CONCERT
Alphonso Sanders & Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry International Blues Challenge Winners 2010 Second Place Solo/Duo,
David Lee Durham performing at Ground Zero Blues Club in 2007
David Lee Durham (1943-2008)
Born in Sunflower, Mississippi, in 1943, David Lee Durham was raised in the blues. He never darkened the door of a schoolhouse and moved from farm to farm to pick cotton. He could pick 400 pounds of cotton by the age of thirteen.
The Way of Blues Revue pictured with managers Carol Marble and Peggy Brown before a concert. This speciality band performed at corporate events and festivals. Musicians Alphonso Sanders, Bill HowlNMadd Perry, Rick Lewis, King Edward, and Mickey Rogers showcasing Mississippi Blues.
The Mississippi Blues Mamas Peggy Brown and Carol Marble were the Mississippi mamagement team working on this outstanding concert.
The Blessissippi Crossroads Concert -- at Ground Zero Co-hosted by acclaimed talent Morgan Freeman and explore.org founder and philanthropist Charlie Annenberg Weingarten, The Blessissippi Crossroads Concert featured pioneers in the music industry some of the hottest acts on the blues scene in the fall of 2011.
The lineup included Bobby Keys and Sugar Blue of the Rolling Stones, Bill Payne of Little Feat, Grammy nominated singer Maria Muldaur, James “Super Chikan” Johnson, and Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry. They were joined by T-Model Ford, Robert “Wolfman” Belfour, Alphonso Sanders, King Edward, Mickey Rogers, Jerry Jemmott, Rick Lewis, Jimmi Mayes, Sharo Perry, Stacy Mitchhart, Mark Yacavone, Big T, Big A, Big Dave, Mark “Muleman” Massey, Stan Street, Watermelon Slim, Heather Cross and Heavy Suga, Kingfish, All Night Long Band, Abdul Rasheed, Lightnin Malcolm, Andy Frasco, La La, Rachel Coba, Daddy Rich, and Josh “Razorblade” Stewart.