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Written on October 2, 2012 at 5:20 PM, by Boister
Produced by Jim Dickinson (below), the high priest of Memphis mojo, Boister’s Pieces of Milk was recorded at Sam Phillips’ Studio in Memphis and engineered by Roland Janes. Hailed in the European press as well as at home in Baltimore, POM was included in Vibrations Magazine’s Top Ten List of 2003. We’ve just unearthed the last case of them and are making them available before they go out of print. Contact us.
Written on April 4, 2012 at 3:43 PM, by Boister
Get your tickets to see Boister here in its ten-piece incarnation in a gorgeous and intimate setting in historic Mt. Vernon, Baltimore. All proceeds benefit An Die Musik and its educational component, MusikNOW. $20 includes champagne and bonbons from Patisserie Poupon. 2 Shows, 8:00 and 9:30 PM.
Written on July 4, 2011 at 10:29 AM, by Boister
Curt Heavey and I will be unveiling some new songs along with old faves, mostly from our catalogue produced by Jim Dickinson, July 13th, at the Night Cat in Easton, MD. Jimbo Mathus is a Mississippi madman with ties of his own to Dickinson and the secrets of the Delta. More here.