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  1. Beale Street facts & figures: > Start > Bandmembers (4) from Scotland, Belgium & Netherlands > Vocals (2), guitar, bass, drums > Performed more than gigs > Classic rock, some blues, some jazz > Actual playlist available upon demand: contact us > First CD recorded July for demo contact us.
  2. The Beale Street Music Festival at Tom Lee Park is frankly the best overa This year was my first at BSMF and I hope it isn't my last. I thoroughly enjoyed the lineup and the price for a three day pass was a steal compared to other music festivals around the country/ TripAdvisor reviews.
  3. Saluting the legends of Beale Street. On the page facing chapter one of Beale Black & Blue is a photo of Nat D. Williams standing in front of the rubble which was once the Palace oladsimasuppbansecingenabillhab.coinfo photo sums up the sense of utter despondence in the community over the ravages of the urban renewal program on Beale Street.
  4. The Rough Guide to Classic Jazz, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 24 June on World Music Network (catalog no. RGNETCD; CD). Genres: Jazz.
  5. The Rough Guide To Jug Band Blues Various. 18 Jed Davenport And His Beale Street Jug Band: Beale Street Breakdown jug bands were typically made up of African-American vaudeville and medicine show musicians and played a mixture of blues, ragtime and jazz music with a strong backbeat.
  6. Jul 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH Beale Street Blues · The Piccadilly Six The Pearls ℗ ELITE SPECIAL Released on: .
  7. Jul 17, - The one hundred year () story of blues, jazz, and culture on historic Beale Street, "the birthplace of the blues", is reenacted in the docudrama TAKE ME BACK TO BEALE. See more ideas about Beale street, Blues, Beale.9 pins.
  8. The Rough Guide to Classic Jazzis a fine introduction to the growth of jazz from the beginning of the 20th century up to the mid-'30s, including selections by all the major pioneers -- Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Fats Waller, Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington-- as well as important blues figures like Ma Rainey, Bessie Smithand Pinetop Smith.8/

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