WEVL have let me know about this year's Blues On The Bluff:
Bring chairs and blankets this Saturday night for a guaranteed good time on the bluffs of the Mississippi River in a beautiful park-like setting.
Giant shady oaks, a cool breeze from the river, outdoor sculpture garden, fantastic music, and absolutely the best view of the Mississippi in the entire mid-south!
WEVL's 20th Annual Blues on the Bluff® features a fabulous line-up of music: The Bo-Keys, with original Memphis soul men Skip Pitts, Ben Cauley, and John Gary Williams - 7:30-8:15 & 8:25-9:10; Blind Mississippi Morris & The Pocket Rockets, with blues harp legend Morris Cummings- 9:25-10:10 & 10:20-11; and the hypnotic Hill Country blues of Robert "Wolfman" Belfour, 6:30-7:15.
Gate opens at 6 pm, $15 adults, $8 kids under 12.
All proceeds go to WEVL.
Alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks sold, plus award-winning BBQ (veggie, too) from Central Bar-B-Q.
No pets or outside food or beverages, please.
FREE guarded parking! The party goes on til 11 pm.
Directions: From Memphis, take Metal Museum Drive exit 12-C off I-55 N or Crump Blvd. Last exit in TN before you cross the river.
Get there in time to see the spectacular sunset over the river.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 901-528-0560.
Here's The Bo-Keys with Ben Cauley singing "Dock of the Bay" as the sun sets on the Mississippi River 7/28/07 at WEVL FM 89.9's Blues on the Bluff® in Memphis, TN: