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Once in a Lifetime concert this Saturday October 4! Music Maker Relief Foundation's Homecoming Celebration will be the largest gathering of Music Maker artists ever! There will be over 50 artists including: Big Ron Hunter, Boo Hanks, Captain Luke, Cool John Ferguson, Ironing Board Sam, John Dee Holeman, Pat Mother Blues Cohen, Pura Fé, Shelton Powe,Tim and Susan Wells, The Branchettes, Beverly "Guitar" Watkins, Sweet Betty, Drink Small "The Blues Doctor", Eddie Tigner, Robert Lee Coleman, Sol Roots, Dr Dixon, David Bryant, Algia Mae Hinton, Lil’ Joe, Nashid Abdul, Albert White, Ardie Dean, Bubba Norwood, Lakota John and Kin, Harvey Dalton Arnold, Lightnin’ Wells, Deer Clan Singers, Lee Gates, Major Handy, Alabama Slim, Little Freddie King, Little Pink Anderson, Dave McGrew, PeeWee Hayes, Gerald Robinson, Tad Walters, Jeffrey Scott, and more! The Homecoming event will be in Durham NC at the Old Murphy School from 2pm-8pm. Admission includes food, drink, and music, music, music!
- $150 admission, $100 is tax deductible. Music Maker kicks things off on Friday October 3rd with a panel discussion featuring Music Maker artists and moderated by William Ferris, PhD. Then you'll have time to explore our exhibit, "We Are the Music Makers", followed by a Blues Revue performance ay 7pm. This event will be held at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro NC. "Keeping the bluest of the blues alive"

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