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Memphis’ River City Tanlines set for two Oxford shows

OXFORD TOWN – Memphis’ own River City Tanlines, featuring frontwoman Alicja Trout, will host a record release party at Ajax Diner on Friday, July 27. The band is touring in support of its recently released album “Coast To Coast.” Page 7 in Oxford Town No. 989 has information about the band and its new album. And, be sure to check ’em out on Friday, July 27, for a live performance at The End of All Music. (July 26, 2012, Page 7)

Oxford Blues Festival reloads this weekend

OXFORD TOWN – The 2012 version of the Oxford Blues Festival reloads this weekend all around Oxford and the Oxford Square. The event kicks off at the University Museum on Friday at 4 and ends at Foxfire Ranch in Marshall County on Sunday featuring some of the hottest blues acts and musicians in the country. Effie Burt (pictured here) returns as part of this year’s festival. Page 7 in Oxford Town No. 988 has full details of this weekend’s blues activities. (July 19, 2012, Page 7)

Gina Sexton, Shannon McNally; Busy girls around town

OXFORD TOWN – Two local favorites, Gina Sexton of Maybelle’s Lovers (pictured here) and Shannon McNally (with her band, Hot Sauce) are set for shows this Friday —  with more scheduled in the near future — all around the L-O-U community and region. Check out Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town for more information about where you can catch two of Oxford’s favorite female rockers as they ring in another gameday weekend. (September 8, 2011, Page 7)

Oxford Blues Festival kicks off Friday

OXFORD TOWN – The public is invited to venture out onto the Square and enjoy the Mississippi blues with your family and friends July 16-18 at Oxford’s first Blues Festival. Page 8 of this week’s Oxford Town has a schedule, photos and other details about the festival that will be held at several great venues around town, concluding on Sunday at Foxfire Ranch in Marshall County. (July 15, 2010, Page 8)

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