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Published on September 3rd, 2019 | by TLV News

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour Returns Thursday, September 5, 2019 with Charlie Mars, Folk Family Revival, and Author Sarah M. Broom

After a summer of out-of-town dates, The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour opens its fall season at its Oxford, Mississippi home, Off Square Books, on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 6 pm. Admission is free. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Off Square Books is located at 129 Courthouse Square.

Sarah M. Broom

Guests will include New Orleans author Sarah M. Broom (The Yellow House) Oxford singer-songwriter Charlie Mars (The Money) and Americana rockers, Folk Family Revival (Electric Darlin’). Hosts of the show are Jim Dees and house band, the Yalobushwhackers

 The show will be broadcast live on air and online Thursday by WUMS 92.1 FM locally and online at: http://myrebelradio.com/. The show will be broadcast statewide on Saturday, September 14 at 7 pm on Mississippi Public Broadcasting (90.3 FM in Oxford).

 Sara M. Broom’sunflinching memoir, The Yellow House (Grove Press), recounts her family’s dramatic relationship with their shotgun home, over years of upheaval – and hurricanes – in a neglected part of New Orleans.

Magnolia residents Caleb Pace (left), Mason Lankford, Barrett Lankford and Lincoln Lankford make up Folk Family Revival, who will be playing this year’s South by Southwest festival.

Folk Family Revival are the Lankford family, Mason, Barrett, and Lincoln, with their friend, lead guitarist Caleb Pace, all from Houston, Texas. Despite their name, the band produces a genre-busting sound that takes in rock, country, and blues. Charlie Mars has been a journeyman songwriting troubadour for 20 years, mostly based out of Oxford.

Thacker host Jim Dees says the show is happy to be home. “It’s important to travel around and visit listeners in various parts of the state,” he said. “But there’s nothing like the feeling of being on your home turf with familiar faces. Plus, we’ve got a great season in store.”

Charlie Mars

Highlights of the fall season (all shows are free admission) include two shows at The Lyric Theatre: Nationally acclaimed country singer Maggie Rose with young adult novelist Morgan Parker on October 17; William Kent Krueger and his adventure novel, This Tender Land, about four children who escape their abusers on a daring canoe trip down the Minnesota River, with fiddle-powered grooves from Alice Hasen & The Blaze on September 12. Veteran Memphis guitarist Joe Restivo appears at Off Square Books on September 19 with up-and-coming horror writer Shaun Hamill (Cosmology of Monsters).

Oxford favorite George McConnell is the musical guest on September 26; folk-singer Claire Holley on October 3; alt-Latino rockers Chocala for our Sarahfest show on October 10 and a special civil rights commemorative show with New Orleans-native novelist Margaret Wilkerson Sexton (The Revisioners) with music by R&B veterans, The Scavengers on November 10. New Orleans soul-jazz powerhouse Lilli Lewis appears on October 24. Plus, there will be trick and treats for Halloween with 18-string Imrat guitarist Todd Mosby (must be seen – and heard- to be believed) on October 31. The show will hold its annual Holiday-Membership party on Friday, December 6.

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