Featured Musicians

Sid Selvidge, Jim Dickinson, Jimmy Crosthwait, and Lee Baker made up this legendary and loose band of Memphis roots musicians: Mud Boy & The Neutrons!

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Eric Oblivian (Eric Friedl), Greg Oblivian (Greg Cartwright), and Jack Oblivian (Jack Yarber) represent one of the most influential garage rock bands of all time: The Oblivians!

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Alicja Trout is one of the most versatile, deeply prolific, powerful songwriters and performers in Memphis & fronts bands like the River City Tanlines and Mouserocket.

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The North Mississippi Allstars (brothers Luther & Cody Dickinson & company) are a Grammy-nominated blues rock band that has toured the world and continues to keep “hill country blues” alive and well.

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DJ Spanish Fly is known as one of the originators of “buck/crunk” music and was an early influence on Three Six Mafia.

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The Grifters (Tripp Lamkins, Dave Shouse, Scott Taylor, and Stan Gallimore)¬†are one of the most creative lo-fi bands of the 90’s and were an inspiration to Jeff Buckley.

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The Klitz (Marcia Clifton, Gail Clifton, Lesa Aldridge, and Amy Gassner) were responsible for bringing punk to the Memphis music scene in the late 70’s.

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Tav Falco formed one of the first bands ever to mix roots music with an experiemental edge: The Panther Burns and Alex Chilton (Big Star, Box Tops) joined him.

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Al Kapone is a Memphis rap legend who wrote songs for the Oscar-winning film “Hustle & Flow” and who¬†continues to break barriers and cross boundaries with his music.

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Jay Reatard was a highly prolific punk rocker who toured the world and won the admiration of artists such as Beck and The Pixies.

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Monsieur Jeffrey Evans is known as “the Godfather of Memphis garage rock” for good reason as he fronted the super influential bands ’68 Comeback and The Gibson Bros.

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Luther & Cody Dickinson, Steve Selvidge, Paul Taylor, and Ben Baker formed The Sons Of Mud Boy to follow in the tradition of their fathers’ band “Mud Boy & The Neutrons” and keep the loose spirit of Memphis music alive.

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