4 audio tape cassettes (TCA-0087A/D). 1 flyer.
15 July 1989
Tapes produced by Bruce Nemerov, audio archivist, Center for Popular
The Mid-South Music and Heritage Festival was presented in Memphis,
Tennessee, 14-16 July 1989 by the Center for Southern Folklore and included
performances on three stages, a food sampler, a heritage and crafts pavilion,
a quilt show, and other demonstrations and shows. A complete description
of the festival and its sponsors is included in the brochure for the festival
Scope and content:
Festival flyer including lists of performers, vendors, and sponsors
and map of festival site. Audio tapes cassettes of blues singer Jessie
Mae Hemphill (TCA-0087A); Harps of Melody gospel singers (TCA-0087B); fife
and drum music by Napoleon Strickland and Jessie Mae Hemphill (TCA-0087B);
Spirit of Memphis gospel singers (TCA-0087C); blues singers Roosevelt Barnes
and the Playboys (TCA-0087D); and blues singers Hollywood All-Stars (TCA-0087D).
The flyer is filed by accession number with other manuscript groups.
The tape cassettes are filed by tape number with other archival audio visual