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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Jackson Music Video Showcase at Crossroads Film Festival April 16th, 9pm

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Mississippi Happening is really excited about the Music Video Showcase at Crossroads! Here's more information:

Columnist Brenda Judin writes a great summary of what the Crossroads Film Festival is about. Click on her picture to read more:

Below is additional information about the Jackson Music Video Showcase at Crossroads Film Festival:

Fri, 4/16, 9:00 Screen A

A showcase event sponsored by Sneaky Beans featuring Mississippi made music videos. It's a mixing of film makers from Mississippi &/or local bands from Mississippi. Local videos of local bands shown on the big screen!! Bands and filmmakers alike will be in attendance to talk about their videos and answer questions. The live audience will be the judge of what music video wins the prize, so bring your friends! Featuring music by: Law School, J Tran, Dent May, Taylor Hildebrand, TTOCCS REKARP, Storage 24, Dead Gaze, Roosevelt Noise, Spirituals, Johnny Bertram, 7even:thirty, Ape Champ, Josh Maze, Furrows Featuring filmmakers: Clay Hardwick, Daniel Guaqueta, John Matthews, Jon Leone, Jim Smith, Alex Warren, Robby Piantanida, Josh Hailey, Johnny Bertram, Scott McPherson, Azod Abedikichi, Lisa Papale Mississippi-made.

Live this Friday, April 16th @ 8 p.m.


T-Bones Records & Cafe

Paul Johnson and The About Last Nights — Acoustic Set

Paul Johnson and The About Last Nights are the culmination of classic AOR radio. On their new CD, "Gameshow Rockstar", their songs are propelled by potent AC/DC-ish riffage and then kept aloft by crisp Tom Petty-ish harmonies. However, these four Mississippi natives are far from revivalists. Johnson, formerly of SundayVeil, leads the band consistently through a passel of radio-ready rock songs built to appeal to everyone from fans of Pyromania-era Def Leppard, those who gravitate toward the anthemic paces of Smashing Pumpkins as well as the music that erupts
from Active Rock radio, today. Be sure to come early, as seating will be limited.

For more infor on Paul Johnson & The About Last Nights visit:

Cheers! and hope to see ya there!


PLAYLIST 3/25/2010 (current month podcast)

Ben Shea - Red Sunshine
Ted Gainey - Man
NiCad - Quaker Gun
Liver Mousse - Pregnant Drummer
Dead Gaze - Stay, Don't Say
Law School - King of the Crops
Rotary Downs - Montres Vouz
Johnny Bertram & The Golden Bicycles - Take You Down
FLIGHT - Feels So Good
the Da Vincis - John Wayne
Furrows - Drag Your Knees

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