Exhibit - "In the Belly of the Blues": Terry Abrahamson


04/01/2014 - HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND

"In the Belly of the Blues" photography exhibit is compiled from Abrahamson's book, which is part of the permanent collection of the Library of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

From the website: "Terry Abrahamson won a Grammy writing songs for Muddy Waters, helped launch the career of George Thorogood, created the first radio commercial ever performed by John Lee Hooker...'In the Belly of the Blues' is (Abrahamson's) book, part of the permanent collection of the Library of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame."

Opening reception was held at the Delta Blues Museum with music by Heavy Suga and The Sweet Tones.

Exhibit, reception and related events sponsored by Wal-Mart, Barnes Pettey, Shack Up Inn, Mississippi Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts and Friends of the Delta Blues Museum

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