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Three Great Opportunities to see Blackberry Winter this Weekend!
Whoa! Listen up, Peeps. Here’s your chance to soak up as much Blackberry Winter Band music as you can possibly stand, culminating in a stellar performance of the whole Enchillada, presented Saturday, Oct. 1, 7 p.m. at the Licking High … Continue reading
Eureka Springs Bluegrass Festival
Posted in Blackberry Winter Tagged Americana, Basin park, Blackberry Winter, Bonehead, Dave Wilson, Dennis Crider, Eureka Springs Bluegrass Festival, folk, hillbilly music, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Music, Ozark Jazz, Ozark Jazz aka Jozark music, Ozrks, Tedi May, Van Colbert Leave a comment
Blackberry Winter at Ozarks Celebration Festival
September 9, 2011; Springfield, MO, MSU, Ozark Celebration Festival
Blackberries on TV
The six members of Blackberry Winter Band paid a social call on the staff of Harrison, Ark.’s Hometown TV station and its program 726 This Week on Wednesday. They visited with staff members and played a few tunes from their … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Interviews, Schedule, Tidbits Tagged Americana, AR, Arkansas, Basin Spring Park, Blackberry Winter, Bluegrass festival, Bo Brown, cable TV, Dennis Crider, digital TV stations, Eureka Springs, Harrison, Linda Stoffel, local TV, marideth sisco, music festivals, Ozarks entertainment, Tedi May, Van Colbert 1 Comment
Performing in Eureka Springs
At the Basin Park, rain or shine. Saturday August 20 at 7 pm’ish. The fun and music start Friday afternoon and runs through Sunday. Print the poster.
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Music Tagged Americana, Arkansas, Bluegrass, Bo Brown, Dennis Crider, Eureka Srings, festival, folk, hillbilly music, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Music, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone Leave a comment