Rockin' with Rocky Dawg
and Mardi Gras Columbia
on Blues Moon Radio Feb. 21, 2017
However, we will kick off the show with a short interview with country artists, Greg Payne and the Piedmont Boys from the Upcountry of South Carolina and share a cut from their newest CD (check out the previous post for more info and links to GPandPB reviews and web pages). They are playing at the Music Farm on Friday, Feb. 24th; with Danielle Howle opening.
In the second hour, we'll have a live in-studio interview with Tom Hall and Kipp Shives, who will tell us all the exciting news about this Saturday's all-day four-stage free concert event. Blues Moon Radio's "Artist of the Millennium," Drink Small will be playing so we'll air a cut from one of his earliest LPs.
Don't miss a minute of the show, and we hope to see you at the Music Farm and at City Roots for Columbia's Mardi Gras!
Happy anniversary to Rocky, and lots of treaties for all the hard work - he is Blues Moon Radio's CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) and deserves all the pats on the head we can muster... xoxo
Here's our musical tribute:
Saturday, Feb. 25: Columbia Mardi Gras - City Roots near Owens Airport in the Rosewood neighborhood. Free. Family friendly. Four stages, all day.
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