|CASH McCALL (MAURICE DOLLISON)
Exclusive Management, Promotion & Booking
Cash McCall is available for Festivals, Special Events and Educational Workshops
CASH MCCALL (MAURICE DOLLISON) has been in the music business since the early 1960’s. He was a session man for the Leaner Brothers on One-
der-ful , Mar-ve-lus and other labels. He played with Various Blues & R&B and Soul artists in Chicago. He worked for the Chess Brothers as a
Producer, Artist, and Guitar player on a Multitude of projects, including Etta James, Ramsey Lewis, Violinaires, and many more. He also worked for
Stan Lewis cutting product for the Jewel-Ronn-Paula family of labels.
GREAT AMERICAN SONG WRITER
Cash McCall (Maurice Dollison) has written top ten pop and R&B tunes for Otis Clay, Etta James, Ramsey Lews, Phil Upchurch and Blood, Sweat and
Tears and many more. His catalogue numbers in the hundreds. Cash McCall says that Willie Dixon always told him that “Blues are the facts of life,
written down and expressed musically”. Cash McCall worked with Willie Dixon and CO-PRODUCED WILLIE'S GRAMMY WINNING ALBUM Hidden
NIGHT OF THE LIVING LEGENDS
Jus Blues Music Awards honored Cash McCall with the Little Milton Campbell Bluesman Award for outstanding contributions in Blues and Soul music
DVD released featuring Cash McCall A Celebration of Blues and Soul: The 1989 Presidential Inaugural Concert. On January 21, 1989, the evening
following the Presidential Inauguration, some of the biggest names in classic rhythm and blues, soul and blues performed at a Presidential Inaugural
Concert. This celebration featured artists including Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Bo Diddley, Dr. John, Sam Moore, Billy Preston, Albert
Collins, Percy Sledge, Chuck Jackson, Willie Dixon, Koko Taylor, Carla Thomas, Eddie Floyd, William Bell, Joe Louis Walker, Ronnie Wood, Jimmie
Vaughan, Steve Cropper , Donald Duck; Dunn and Cash McCall. Although a video and 24-track audio recording were made of this historic concert, the
tapes were considered lost until their rediscovery nearly 20 years later.
CASH MCCALL NEWEST PROJECT
Cash McCall a Grammy winning Producer is working on Jim Koppel’s newest CD which has been recorded in Los Angeles and Chicago. The CD has
five new Cash McCall songs and has a star studded group of musicians performing on the CD including Billy Branch, Gene Barge and others.
Jim Koeppel is a talented artist from New York who spends some of his time in the Mississippi Delta, touring and performing at
Festivals Nationally and Internationally.
KING BISCUIT FESTIVAL BLUES
Saturday, October 11, 2014 – Cash McCall Band 11:00 – 11:45 on the Front Porch Stage
King Biscuit Line-Up
|THE LEGENDARY ROSCOE ROBINSON
Exclusive Management, Promotion & Booking
Roscoe Robinson is available for Festivals, Special Events and Educational Workshops
ROSCOE ROBINSON IS ONE OF THE GREAT MUSICAL TALENTS IN BOTH GOSPEL AND BLUES.
AMERICAN QUARTET HALL OF FAME - TWICE INDUCTED The Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi and the The Blind Boys of Alabama
MILLION SELLER R&B HIT in 1963 "That's Enough"
GOD'S LOVE LIFTED ME HIGHER - new CD 2014
ROSCOE ROBINSON AND THE BIRMINGHAM BLIND BOYS
His first million seller was “That’s Enough” on the Scepter Label recorded in 1963 in Chicago, Illinois. He then went on to have follow-up hits with “A
Thousand Rivers” and “Do It Right Now.” He has sung with David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks of the Temptations, Patti LaBelle, B.B. King, Aretha
Franklin, Lou Rawls, and many others.
His gospel hits include “Sending Up My Timber”, "Lord You’ve Been Good To Me”, and “Father I Stretch My Hand Up to Thee”.
After many years of singing with the “Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi,” he started singing with the Grammy award-winning
“Blind Boys of Alabama.”
He his first recording experience was in Jackson, Mississippi at Trumpet Records.
Rosco Robinson's extensive discography is found on All Music
Preview and Purchase God's Love Lifted Me Higher
Jesse Robinson and the 500 lbs of Blues Band
Available for International & National Festivals
Special Events and Blues Education Workshops
Named Best Blues Performer, Jackson, MS by Jackson Free Press
Cultural Ambassador for the Mississippi Development Authority Division of Tourism
Jesse Robinson has a long and rich history as a professional musician. Jesse Robinson Band opened for
B.B. King at the Gala for the B.B. King Museum opening. Jesse has performed for the Mississippi Picnic in
New York City Central Park.. He has performed internationally, and nationally.
Jesse was honored with the Jackson Music Award - The King Mose Memorial Award. Jesse is noted on five
of the Mississippi Blues Trail Markers. He is on the Mississippi Blues Trail Marker at the site of the Subway
Lounge Marker, Jackson, MS; the Cassandra Wilson Marker, Jackson, MS; The Gold Coast Marker,
Jackson, MS; the Holmes County Blues Marker, Tchula, MS; and The Queen of Hearts Marker in Jackson,
MS. Jesse at one time was the band leader for Little Milton and at another time for Bobby Rush. Jesse
spent some time in Chicago where he sat in with blues greats such as Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Freddie
King and Magic Sam. For many years Jesse’s band played seven nights a week at the Avalon Court on
Highway 49 and later he hosted the Blue Mondays at Dorsey’s bringing guests Z.Z. Hill and others. Jesse
continues to perform as a solo act as well as with Jesse Robinson and the 500 Pounds of Blues Band.
Jesse Robinson is the Bedrock of Jackson, Mississippi Blues
Awarded Blues Musician of the Year by The Mississippi Delta Blues Society of Indianola
Honored by the Mississippi Delta Blues and Heritage Festival " the oldest Blues Festival in Mississippi"
Mickey Rogers received the Eugene Powell *Sonny Boy Nelson 11th Annual Award which reads " In
recognition of Playing Music in the Mississippi Delta Blues Tradition". Mickey is honored with a stone on the
Musician Walk of Fame in Greenville, Mississippi. Mickey is a member of the Mississippi Artist Roster.
Mickey spent his young years living in Chicago and Mississippi. He spent some years in Detroit. In recent
years he has resided in Greenville, Mississippi. Mickey was born in Panther Bern, Mississippi. He and his
band The Soul Blues Band perform regularly at festivals, clubs and private parties. Mickey’s band is a
Mississippi Festival band favorite playing Blues & Rhythm and Blues. Mickey opened for B.B. King when B.B.
King performed at the reopening of Club Ebony in Indianola, MS,
Mickey has been performing professionally for fifty years beginning when he was fifteen. Mickey first trip to
the UK was with Howlin Wolf and Hubert Sumlin. Mickey remembers Wolf coming to his house and saying to
Mickey’s aunt, “I have to take your boy with me to Europe for a while.” Hubert Sumlin told Mississippi
Delta Blues, Inc. Carol Marble that he fondly remembered teaching Mickey to play.
|Mississippi Delta Blues Inc has placed musicians in many festivals and events. A selection of some of the festivals follows:
Lucerne Blues Festival, Lucerne, Switzerland; Rapperswil Blues Festival, Rapperswil, Switzerland; Roots N Blues Festival, Parma, Italy; Southside Shuffle, Mississauga, Canada; Mississippi Valley Blues
Festival Davenport, Iowa; Dodgeville Blues Festival, Dodgeville, Wisconsin; Hayward/Russell City Blues Russell City, California; The Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago, Illinois; Mississippi Blues Festivals- The
Sunflower River Blues, Festival, Clarksdale, MS; The Jook Joint Festival, Clarksdale, MS, The Hwy 61 Blues Festival, Leland, MS, The Rosedale Blues Festival, Rosedale, MS; The B.B. King Festival, Indianola,
MS; The Mississippi Delta Blues & Heritage Festival, Greenville, MS; The Oxford Blues Festival, Oxford, MS; Mountain Film Festival, Telluride, CO, W.C. Handy Festival, Henderson, The King Biscuit
Festival,Lincoln Center, NYC, An Evening with Blues, Bolzano, Italy
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|Contact: Carol Marble 662-347-2869 email@example.com
|Indianola, Mississippi Blues David
Lee Durham 1943-2008
Song Clip of David Lee singing
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|Mississippi Delta Blues, Inc.
Offers to Festival and Event Planners a number of experienced musicians and bands who
perform internationally, regionally and locally.
|If You are Interested in any musician we have listed on this site or someone
who may not be on our website for your festival or event please let us know.
|BILL HOWL-N-MADD PERRY
Mississippi Delta Blues, Inc. is pleased to have been Bill Howl-N-Madd
Perry's Management Company, Promotion Company and Booking Agent
for many years and to have
presented Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry as one of the Mississippi Delta Blues
artists to many festivals nationally, internationally, and regionally. We are
proud that Bill was featured in Living Blues-Dec. 2013 as well as many
national and international magazines, documentaries and movies and to
have been accepted on the Mississippi Artists Roster during which time
he was honored to receive major grants during his time with Mississippi
Delta Blues, Inc.
We wish Bill well as he tours with his daughter Shy Perry in association
with other booking agencies during 2015.
Recent Highlights with Mississippi Delta Blues, Inc.
Performed at An Evening of Blues - Feb 7 & 8 - Italy 2014
Featured in Living Blues-Dec. 2013
Chicago Blues Festival 2013
The King Biscuit Festival 2013
Performed at Lincoln Center - 2012
Contact Us about booking Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry for Festivals
|TERRY HARMONICA BEAN
Terry "Harmonica" Bean is a bluesman from Pontotoc, Mississippi. He plays both harmonica and guitar and
has performed at blues festival around the globe
Terry Harmonica Bean
"Deak is one of the best up and coming harp players on the road today." -James Cotton
"Deak understands the language of Chicago Blues and his harp playing sings with a strong, expressive tone
and snappy phrasing." -Bob Margolin
"Deak is from the old school of blues. He really knows the harmonica and it shows in his playing" -John
Deak gets his unique sound by playing an amplified harmonica while simultaneously playing electric guitar
or diddley bow, keeping rhythm with a snare drum and a stomp box, and singing his own vocals
|David Lee Durham with Alphonso
and Band on stage at Lucerne
Blues Festival in Switzerland
|Lincoln Center, NYC
Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry
David Lee Durham
Producer Dr. Alphonso Sanders
Ron and Carol Marble
First CD Produced in the B.B. King
|THE CLARKSDALE SESSIONS
Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry
Producer - Gary Vincent
Vincent Productions Clarksdale Sound Stage
Carol Marble Cover design, liner notes
Ron and Carol Marble, Executive Producer
Mississippi Delta Blues Inc. Promotion & Distribution
*The International Blues Challenge best self produced CD
competition chose The Clarksdale Sessions from a global field
of CD’s as one of the top
five self-produced CD’s
Purchase THE CLARKSDALE SESSION at CD Baby
|Cash in the Studio - Producing
Jim Koeppel's new CD
|MS Blues Trail Markers
Roscoe's first recording at
Trumpet Records in Jackson,
MS and Roscoe Robinson noted
on the marker at Muscle
|DAVID DUNAVENT AND THE EVOL LOVE BAND
David Dunavent is a musician raised up in the blues in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Living just a little ways down the
road from Clarksdale in Sumner, Mississippi and being in love with the guitar from an early age; it was a natural
progression for David to find himself learning blues music from most of the legendary blues musicians in the area.
David spent several years with Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry’s band and gained a lot of stage experience. Gradually he
became the “go to” musician for most of the big names in the business who need guitarists for a gig either on the
road of in one of the Mississippi festivals.
Sunflower Blues Festival and he was tapped to perform in Vicksburg at the Bottleneck Blues Bar by the Vicksburg
Blues Society. David performed at the W.C. Handy festival in Kentucky in 2013 and is becoming a favorite
performing solo and with his band.
David Dunavent and the Evol Love Band is a hard hitting Blues Rock group from the Mississippi Delta. Based in
the true roots of Delta Blues David Dunavent and the Evol Love Band add an additional boost of energy as well as
power with modern sounds that everyone will sure enjoy.
David also performs blues with a softer edge and is constantly evolving his style. This is heard in his new songs
and will be presented soon in a new CD that he is in the process of getting produced. David is a songwriter, a
performer and grabs the attention of all ages of blues fans.
|TERRY BIGT WILLIAMS
Born in Farrell, Mississippi just outside Clarksdale, Terry “BigT” Williams has been playing the blues for over and
BigT learned the rest on the road with blues bands like the Jelly Roll Kings, Wesley Jefferson Band, Little Jeno’s All-
Stars and the Stone Gas Band. Through the years he has also sat in with or backed musicians like Albert King,
Bobby “Blue” Bland, CeDell Davis, Robert Belfour, Big George Brock, Nora Jean Bruso and Jimbo
Terry’s recorded legacy includes sessions with blues legends Big Jack Johnson and Lonnie Pitchford as well
Named “Blues Guitar Player of the Year” by the Bay Area Blues Society's West Coast Hall Of Fame, BigT has
performed at numerous blues festivals, including the Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival in Mississippi Artist
Blues @ Home - H.C. Porter
gallery opening B.B. King
Museum with the Mississippi
Living Legends and the party
afterwards at Club Ebony
Jesse Robinson & Mickey
Vasti Jackson & Jesse Robinson
A gathering of muscians with
H.C. Porter who have their
portraits presented at the
Mississippi Delta Blues Inc. is pleased to announce that Heather Crosse has signed with
Ruff Records and will be part of the 2015 Girls With Guitars tour.
Heather Crosse with her band The SweeTones is a regular at Ground Zero Blues Club in Clarksdale, MS. While
performing with her Bass Guitar, she uses her compelling gravelly blues voice to give her audience
a dynamite show.
She was part of the Morgan Freeman Blessissippi Concert which included artists such as Marie Muldaur and
Bill Payne. She also opened for Paul Thorne at Ground Zero Blues Club and opened for and backed
Bernie Marsden also at Ground Zero Blues Club. She has shared the stage with musicians such as
Bob Margolin and Bob Corritorre.
She gained international stage experience touring for four years with blues musician Super Chikan & the
Fighting Cocks. During her four years touring with international blues musician Super Chikan the tours took
them to throughout the U.S. and Mexico. She also backed Terry Big T Williams at the Chicago Blues Festival.
Heather has already released her trademark song called “Why Does a Woman Need A Bass Guitar”. The song
was released on a Blues Women International compilation CD. The song is being played nationally and
internationally on many radio stations.
When she is not performing Heather is a music educator for the Tutwiler Community Education Center. Heather
Crosse lives in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
with Heather Crosse and the SweeTones
Delta Blues Museum's Music Education Program and graduated at age twelve. His instructor from the museum,
Mr. Johnnie Billington, asked him to join his band, JB & the Midnighters, and they traveled around playing many
gigs for several years including The White House for Senator Trent Lott in 1995. One of Lee’s biggest honors
was playing with Blues Legend B. B. King at his workshop at Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, MS.
in 2002. He has accumulated fifteen years of professional experience including being the house drummer at
world famous Ground Zero Blues Club for the last twelve years.
Lee has become quite the “Pro” in the recording studio as well. Since 2009 he is the signature sound coming
out of Clarksdale Soundstage/Vincent Productions owned by Gary Vincent where Lee has recorded with
professional musicians from all over the world. He did audio drum tracks for Joe Osburn, Bill Howl-N-Madd
Perry, Super Chikan, Terry “Big T” Williams, and more.
Lee also played in video projects like “Blessissippi” with Maria Muldaur, Jerry Jemmott, and Bill Payne, and
Bernie Marsden’s Clarksdale Documentary Film. Many mentors, like Sam Carr, touched Lee’s life and now he
carries on the legacy by teaching. He gives private lessons to children and adults, taught at Tutwiler Community
Education Center in Tutwiler, MS.
Alphonso Sanders 2nd Place IBC winner
Alphonso Sanders is a music educator, instrumentalist, vocalist, and recording artist. He performs in various
jazz and blues idioms as a solo artist and in various ensembles. Sanders has performed in many places
throughout the United States and abroad. As a music educator he adjudicates and teaches in clinics,
workshops, and master-classes for all levels of musicianship. Among his many awards and recognitions, he is
also the 2nd place winner of the 2009 and 2010 International Blues Challenge.
Dr. Sander’s educational programs have been appreciated by audiences ranging in age from toddlers to the
with a deep understanding of music history. Dr. Sanders has performed at many recognized festivals including
the Lucerne Blues Festival, the North Sea Jazz Festival, the Montreux Jazz Festival, and Many of the Delta Blues
Festivals, As the Director of the BB King Recording Studio he is involved in archiving the music of Delta
musicians, He was the producer of the first CD to come from the B.B. King Recording Studio "Struggling and
Straining by David Lee Durham. Alphonso Sanders was chosen by H.C. Porter as one of the Mississippi Living
Legends and his portrait is featured in the H.C. Porter Bllue@Home gallary presentations.
Video at The Yellow Scarf
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