Published on April 9th, 2020 | by TLV News

Throwback Thursday: The Local Voice Television #1 – Music & Culture from Oxford, Mississippi – 2010 – Watch the Video here!

The Local Voice Television (Episode One) was produced in 2010 by Thad Lee, Newt Rayburn, and Nature Humphries to highlight some of the bands and musicians from Oxford, Mississippi.

The pilot show includes interviews and music videos by The Cooters, Tyler Keith & The Apostles, Jimbo Mathus, Shannon McNally, Stork & Nick B., Charlie Mars, Junk Culture, Kill the Ego, Tate Moore, Blue Mountain, Bill Perry, The Preacher’s Kids, Avenue Hearts, Sleeping Bulls, Good Paper, Rocket 88, and Brad Hayden.

Plus, there are two documentaries by Tobie Baker, highlighting blues in Clarksdale, Mississippi and the dedication of the “Blues Trail” marker in Como, Mississippi for drum and fife legend Othar Tuner.

This episode also has a comedy short by Deepak & Nitin Mantena (Celery TV).

If you want to reminisce or see what Oxford’s music scene was like in 2010, check out The Local Voice TV Episode 1!

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The Local Voice is a bimonthly entertainment guide and newspaper based in Oxford, Mississippi, covering and distributed in North Central Mississippi, including Oxford, Ole Miss, Taylor, Abbeville, Water Valley, Lafayette County, Yalobusha County, and parts of Panola County, Marshall County, and Tupelo . The Local Voice is distributed free to over 255 locations in North Mississippi and also available as a full color PDF download worldwide on the internet.



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