Luther Dickinson’s Third Annual Tribute to Walter Anderson’s “Seven Climates”

An article by Brenda Germany Photos by Stephen “Andy” Anderson “I was just obsessed with the inspiration that art gave me. I’ll be working on it for the rest of life – I’ll always be working on it.” Mississippi Hill Country Blues guitarist and vocalist Luther Dickinson, of the famed… Continue Reading

The 2018 Mississippi Songwriters Festival

An Article by Johnny Cole Photos by Stephen “Andy” Anderson “The gift of song has a unique power all unto itself while often providing a lasting effect on others. We can all name a song that has brought joy and, at times, a profound meaning in our lives. For every… Continue Reading

“Serabee Returns To The Gulf Coast at Satchmo’s” by Brenda Germany

For many, the mention of Kiln, MS brings to mind a certain well-known football hero. However, “The Kiln” as it is referred to locally, is also home to another resident of note, quite literally. Sera Buras, known professionally as Serabee, is a prolific songwriter, vocalist, and musician who achieved nationwide… Continue Reading

“Bill Abel – A Passion for the Blues” by Brenda Germany

“You know, you’d prefer to play for people who understand the Blues and are into it. When you’re playing for that group of people it’s kind of like a family, like they’re a part of it and it isn’t about the musician; it’s about the music itself. So, there’s a… Continue Reading

“Delta Smoke – On The Rise” by Brenda Germany

Like the haze that rises from a river delta field in the moonlit dampness of hot summer nights, Delta Smoke’s rich vocal harmonies fuse with haunting guitar and harmonica melodies to waft and swirl in the listener’s mind remaining there long after being heard. This recipient of the 2018 Nappie… Continue Reading

“Photographer Stephen Anderson joins Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet at Studio in the Country” by Johnny Cole

From Left: Mike Jernigan, Jacob Hall, Ethan Snedigar, Jeremy Ault,Ben Mumphrey (Engineer at Studio in the Country), Gabriel Willis, and Rick Hirsch (Producer) In the spring of 2018 photographer and contributor to The Southland Music Line, Stephen “Andy” Anderson, joined the band Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet and producer Rick Hirsch… Continue Reading

The Gospel According To Abe Partridge – Folk Artist From Mobile, Alabama

Gospel: A thing that is absolutely true; A set of principles or beliefs. In a world often mired in imitation or a lack of originality, it’s refreshing to find an artist willing to do things their own way regardless of what critics or others may think. Over the last few… Continue Reading

A Memorable Weekend at the Mississippi Songwriters Festival 2017

The gift of song has a unique power all unto itself while often providing a lasting effect on others. We can all name a song that has brought joy and, at times, a profound meaning in our lives. For every song, there is that person or persons who has poured… Continue Reading

Phil & Foster: Live at Callaghan’s – The Music Comes Alive at That Southern City by the Bay

“When the lights go down in the city And the sun shines on the bay I want to be there in my city Ooh, ooh” ……oh wait, wait, wait, (oh wait!) Wrong city by the bay and definitely wrong song! We are not talking about that other city by the… Continue Reading

Taking Flight with Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet

Over the last couple of years, the Mobile, AL based band Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet has gained a loyal and devoted following. Their live shows have gained widespread recognition as one of those “bands to watch” as they furthered their evolvement Prior to the release of “The Great Room” and… Continue Reading