Last Friday, the Mississippi Blues Project featured two one hour Free At Noon performances featuring a solo set from Robert Belfour and a rousing performance from Anthony “Big A” Sherrod with Robert “Bilbo” Walker. Both concerts were hosted by Jonny Meister, the host of the WXPN Blues Show, heard Saturday evenings at 7 PM. Read Meister’s review of the show here. The Mississippi Blues Project has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through the Philadelphia Music Project. All photos by Joe Del Tufo. Go here to see the full photo set from the concerts.
Click here to the concert featuring Anthony “Big A” Sherrod with Robert “Bilbo” Walker.
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