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For the latest in local arts-and-entertainment news, check out the current section of Oxford Town, The Oxford EAGLE's weekly entertainment guide. It's published every Thursday.

Rhythm Revival fundraiser set for June 19

A new festival this summer is planned to help raise finds for the Oxford Medical Ministries. The Oxford Rhythm Revival on June 19 will take place on multiple stages around town. For more information, visit www.oxfordrhythmrevival.com(May 28, 2010, Page 3A)

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    Oxford Town #876

    OXFORD TOWN – IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUEBlues rocker Guy Forsyth blazes his way into Rooster’s Blues House on Friday; OT columnist Jim Dees speaks at a cosmetology school graduation urging the students to not “screw up;” music columnist Alexander McAdams dissects her graduation playlist; sports columnist Steven Godfrey continues bantering with his trusty sidekick Banks, focusing on the Rebel baseball team; the popular Sunset Series returns to the Grove in June; and Wellsgate residents bring in summer with their very first and very successful Wellsgate Tailgate party for residents and their guests. View the complete edition in PDF format. (May 27, 2010)

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      Harp in hand, Guy Forsyth and band blaze into Rooster’s

      OXFORD TOWN – Austin, Texas, blues rocker Guy Forsyth and his band bring a unique mixture of folk, rock, country and Tin Pan Alley into Rooster’s Blues House on Friday, May 28. The cover and page 5 of this week’s Oxford Town feature Forsyth, his band and their upcoming Rooster’s concert. For the coolest webpage on the net and to read more about the Texas rocker, visit www.guyforsyth.com (May 27, 2010, Page 5)

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        Hoover awaits Rebel baseball; apathy awaits its fan base

        THE GODFREY SHOW –  Oxford Town sports columnist Steven Godfrey and his sidekick, young Banks, continue their analysis of the Rebels baseball team as they travel to Hoover, Ala., for the SEC Baseball Tournament where they discuss at length the Rebels chances in the post season. Tune in to Godfrey’s column this week and see if indeed he and Banks “blend in with actual, loyal fans.” (May 27, 2010, Page 8)

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          Outdoor class captures Oxford on canvas

          Dustin Milewski is one of several students who have taken their canvases in tow around Lafayette County to paint their interpretation of local landscapes. They’re part of the plein air art class taught by University of Mississippi art teacher Philip Jackson. (May 21, 2010, Page 1B)

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            Oxford Town #875

            In this week’s issue of Oxford Town, the St. Louis band Kentucky Knife Fight is set to rock Parrish’s on Friday, May 21; Author Lee Child visits Off Square Books on Thursday, May 20, at 5; legendary blues musician Paul Geremia will play Rooster’s Blues House in a rare local performance; the Hill Country Harmonica Retreat begins a weekend of festivities beginning at Rooster’s Blues House on Friday; and Oxford Film Freak features movie maker Joe York as he continues to accumulate awards for his work; and Oxford Town columnist Jim Dees re-visits the oil spill travesty in the Gulf. View the complete Oxford Town edition in PDF format(May 21, 2010)

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              York’s “Smokes and Ears” popular at Tupelo Film Festival

              OXFORD TOWN – It would have to take something pretty special for me to become fascinated with pig ears. But then, Joe York’s documentaries typically fit the bill to give me a new perspective on a topic. His latest, “Smokes and Ears” played at the Tupelo Film Festival last weekend and took third place in the Best Documentary category. (May 20, 2010)

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                Paul Geremia gives a master class in the blues at Rooster’s

                OXFORD TOWN – Bring your listening ears with you to Rooster’s Blues House tonight (Thursday, May 20) and attend a “master class” in blues history as Paul Geremia takes the stage and introduces Oxford to his unique style of six and 12 string blues. Dick Waterman’s coverage of Germia’s historic concert at Rooster’s Blues House can be found on Page 5 in this week’s edition of Oxford Town. (May 20, 2010, Page 5)

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                  Kentucky Knife Fight rumbles into Parrish’s

                  OXFORD TOWN – Lead singer Jason Holler, Drummer James Baker and bassist Jason Koenig and the rest of their band from St. Louis, Kentucky Knife Fight, are set for a concert at Parrish’s this Friday night at 10.  Their music contains a wide range of influences, including rock, blues, grunge, among other genres. Turn to page 16 of this week’s Oxford Town for full details of what is certain to be a raucous night of rock at Parrish’s. (May 20, 2010, Page 16)

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