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The Yellow Dandies

 

Best described as a commanding absurdist string band, The Yellow Dandies combine ace musicianship, distinctive humor, authentic bluegrass and old-time stylings, newfangled experimentation, and a manic energy which keeps audiences hooked, hooting, and hollering for more. Whether they’re dazzling crowds with tongue-, finger-, and mind-twisting original compositions or rejuvenating Bluegrass standards and old-time dance tunes, this Birmingham-based band has been taking listeners on eclectic romps that never quite spin out of control since 2016.

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The Underwood Spirituals

 

We are a family group that was organized by our parents, Arion & Rosa Underwood, who are now deceased. We have been singing for 48 years and we Love The Lord. We get great joy singing praises unto Him.

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Early James 

Alabama's native son, Early James, released his sophomore album, Strange Time To Be Alive, on August 19th, 2022. The lyrical wordsmith conjures the ghosts of great southern gothic writers from Eudora Welty to William Faulkner, while channeling the haunted spirits of Tom Waits and Townes Van Zandt. The album evokes a timeless amalgam of forsaken blues, wistful folk, and Tin Pan Alley crooning, anchored by the singer’s unmistakable voice that sways from gravel-filled shouts to pained, forlorn whispers – and songs that tread in the waters of darkly themed broken hearts, with the wry humor of the sad clown.

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Earl "Guitar" Williams Band

Known in and around his hometown of Bessemer, Alabama, Earl "Guitar" Williams is no stranger to blues lovers. He is recognized for the electrifying sound of his guitar and harmonica. Earl discovered his interest in music at the tender age of seven and crafted his own guitar by using a cigar box, broomstick, and fishing cord. This marked the beginning of Earl’s musical career. At the age of nine Earl became a regular fixture on the porch of Mr. Gip’s, a backyard juke joint in Bessemer, Alabama. Later Earl hit the chitlin’ circuit playing with Benny Latimore. He mostly plays electric guitar with the band, but don’t be surprised if he breaks out his cigar box guitar. In 2014 Earl was inducted into the Alabama Blues Hall of Fame. Earl is the REAL DEAL!!

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Sahi On Ko Djony

 

Pronounced (sah-hee on co jonee) is a community-based Educational Program that exposes its
participants
to the captivating and magical charisma of West African drumming, dance, and
folklore. The name is a term derived from the Fulani culture of Guinea, West Africa, which
means “The
Time Is Now!” Our mission is to Learn, Preserve and Present the culture of West
African Dance, Drumming, and Folklore.

 

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Sahi On Ko Djony

 

This community-based Educational program exposes participants to the captivating and magical charisma of West African drumming, dance and folklore. The name, pronounced (sah-he on co jonee), is a term derived from the Fulani culture of Guinea, West Africa, which means “The Time Is Now!” Our mission is to Learn, Preserve and Present the culture of West African Dance, Drumming, and Folklore.
 

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The Byrd Family

As a five-string band, The Byrd Family is a heartwarming family of nine from southeast Alabama. Raised in the small town of Newville, this down-home group is characterized by their family harmony and mixed genre of bluegrass and bluegrass gospel music. They started music by learning classical style in 2010 and in 2015 discovered their love for bluegrass. They currently enjoy traveling to bluegrass festivals, churches, and many other types of events.

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Sahi On Ko Djony

 

Pronounced (sah-hee on co jonee) is a community-based Educational Program that exposes its
participants
to the captivating and magical charisma of West African drumming, dance, and
folklore. The name is a term derived from the Fulani culture of Guinea, West Africa, which
means “The
Time Is Now!” Our mission is to Learn, Preserve and Present the culture of West
African Dance, Drumming, and Folklore.

 

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Premier de America

 

Musical troubadours of traditional ranchera and Mexican folk music who have been sharing their cultural heritage throughout Alabama for the past several years. 
 

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Ramsay High School Band

"The Ramsay High School Blue Pride of the Southside is a marching band, made up of 122 members under the leadership of director Christopher Stewart. The blue Pride has demonstrated its flexibility and talent dealing with multiple versions of its halftime show that began as a tribute to Old School with a 1970's theme show and transforming into the "Love is the Key" Show. While it has challenged this band its a real testimony for a program that routinely scores superior ratings." - WBRC Sideline: Ramsay High School Band of the Week, Dec. 26, 2023.

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