Beale Street Caravan Celebrates 10 Years 

Thanks to the folks at Beale Street Caravan, a nationally-syndicated radio program featuring the blues and Memphis music, people in Indiana, Montana, New York, and around the world can hear live blues broadcast from Huey’s or the Rum Boogie Café.

The program is celebrating its 10 years on the air with a concert at the New Daisy Theatre Wednesday night. Featured performers include the Bo-Keys, Jim Dickinson, Al Kapone, and Stax recording artist William Bell.

For more, go the BSC Website, or check out the Flyer’s searchable listings.

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