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Saturday, September 24th
Tallahatchie River Run, 8am, BNA Bank
Presented by BNA BANK
CASE Knife Show, 9am - 3pm,
Magnolia Civic Center
Presented by North Mississippi Knife Collectors & New Albany Main Street
Heritage Arts and Crafts, 9am - 3pm, Tanglefoot Plaza
Presented by Union County Heritage Museum
Annual POKER RUN,
9am Registration at
The Union County Heritage Museum
Presented by Union County Humane Society
Inflatable Park, 10am-7pm,
at the Tallahatchie Bridge
Presented by New Albany Main Street
Bands are $10 for all day play.
Inflatables and music.
Main Street Marketplace, 9 am-3 pm,
Union County Courthouse
Makers, artists, and a variety of entrepreneurs will be
set up at the Union County Courthouse for Mainstreet's Tallahatchie Riverfest Marketplace.
Saturday Night Line Up...
MUSIC KICKS OFF AT 4:30 PM
at The Park Along the River
Presented by New Albany Main Street
HEADLINER DOUG STONE
CELEBRATING 32 YEARS OF
HITMAKING MUSIC...AND STILL GOING...
Doug Stone found his mark in music as
a lonesome baritone balladeer, although he was very adept at hard-up-tempo country. Doug began at age five learning guitar from his mother an avid singer and guitarist. At age seven he was given the opportunity, by his mother, to open for Loretta Lynn. Life
presented Doug a drastic change with the divorce of his mother and father. Doug, as result, moved in with his dad. As his youthful years passed, Doug played at skating rinks, local bars or any money making project to help his father make ends meet. In the daytime Doug worked as a mechanic, something else that came to him naturally. dougstone.com
25+ YEARS OF HITS,
1 GOLD ALBUM,
2 NUMBER ONE,
3 TOP TENS,
6 TOP 40 HITS
In 1996 the members of country super group Ricochet watched their debut single, “What Do I Know”, rise to the Top 5 earning the band the honor of the highest charting debut single of the year. The follow up single release, “Daddy’s Money”, became an immediate across the board hit, rising to #1 on the Radio & Records Country Singles Chart, the Gavin Country Singles Chart and the Billboard Country Singles Chart (where it stayed #1 for two consecutive weeks). The band’s distinctive musical style and intricate harmonies earned them the recognition as one of the most popular vocal groups in country music, a mantle they still wear today. ricochetonline.com
With opening bands....
Garry grew up playing in juke joints and venues all over the world for his father, RL Burnside and Jr. Kimbrough. They taught him all of their blues licks and to take his music seriously. Garry moved to Ripley, Mississippi in 2019 and recorded and wrote throughout the pandemic. He enjoys working with all kinds of musicians and writing his own brand of blues music. He is looking forward to building up a regular venue and festival appearances and continues to write and record music in Ripley. He continues to explore a variety of music and develop his own style and sound. garryburnsidemusic.com
& GRACEY WILLIAMS
New Albany native Gracey Williams has been playing the guitar since she was seven years old. When her family realized she had an interest, her dada, Josh Latham, purchased her a guitar from Toys R Us and practiced with her using YouTube video lessons. Her granddaddy, Steven Latham, who purchased Gracey's first electric guitar, was friends with Buddy Gresham in Ripley, MS and talked to him about lessons for Gracey. Although he was reluctant because of her age he recognized her talent and begin working with her. When Buddy unfortunately died of Covid, Gracey's aunt, Angie, called Sunbeam Records to see how to get in touch with Garry Burnside. After the first lesson with Garry, Gracey walked out and said that’s the one. The whole band loves Gracey and she loves all of them.
JUSTIN KIRK & COMPANY
Mississippi born, dirt road raised.
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