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  1. Gugis Reply

    "Friar's Point" is a song on blues musician Susan Tedeschi's album Just Won't Burn. Geography. Friars Point is located in northern Coahoma County, close to the Mississippi River, though the river's channel has moved north over time, away from the town.

  2. Kigakus Reply

    Coahoma County Toursim Commision, Blues Alley, Clarksdale, MS, , United States () [email protected]

  3. Nizragore Reply

    Places In Blues History. The Crossroads is the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 49 in Clarksdale, Coahoma County, Mississippi where, according to legend, Robert Johnson reputedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his prowess on guitar. Robert Johnson’s song Cross Road Blues is about this legend.. The GPS location of the Crossroads is: N 34° ′ W 90° ′.

  4. Mom Reply

    Coahoma Collective is a catalyzing arts-driven, community-inclusive revitalization in downtown Clarksdale, Mississippi. It is a non-profit organization, and it’s first project in development is the new Travelers Hotel in the historic downtown Arts & Culture District in Clarksdale.

  5. Fenrinris Reply

    The Clarksdale/Coahoma County Chamber of Commerce is very proud to be one of the Co-Sponsors of Live From Clarksdale. We applaud the creativity, diligence, and hard work that contributed to the development of this program that brings Clarksdale's best talent to .

  6. Tajin Reply

    May 12,  · The book was recognized by The Blues Foundation in as a Classic of Blues Literature and has been reissued this year in paperback. The original stimulus for the Coahoma Study was an event in a totally different Mississippi county miles south. In , an accidental fire at the Rhythm Club in Natchez (Adams County) took more than lives.

  7. Sharisar Reply

    In – Coahoma County would finally provide funds to form a separate Museum Board of Directors composed mainly of socially prominent, local white blues fans, and to renovate the adjoining Illinois Central Railroad freight depot, providing a permanent home for the Delta Blues Museum. Mississippi Blues Trail markers.

  8. Akinoshakar Reply

    Welcome to Clarksdale and Coahoma County, where in today's world of accelerated living, we work hard to retain our small town charm. We believe that it's good to enjoy life at a slightly slower pace, and with today's amazing communication options, about the only things we give up are higher prices and traffic congestion.

  9. Vudozragore Reply

    Jan 10,  · January 10, “Home of the Blues”, is a title that Clarksdale, Mississippi wears well. This city is in Coahoma County, Mississippi the county’s western border is the Mississippi River and is part of the Mississippi Delta Region.

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