Ace Records

Allison, Mose

Babbitt, Milton

Ballard, Glen

Banner, David (Levell Crump)

Barnes, Walter

Billington, Johnny

Blackwood Brothers


Blues Festivals

Bogan, Lucille

Bramlett, Delaney

Broonzy, Big Bill

Brown, Little Willie

Buffett, Jimmy

Burnside, R. L.

Cannon, Gus

Carter, Bo (Armenter Chatmon)

Cartwright, George

Chatmon Family and the Mississippi Sheiks

Choctaw Music

Club Ebony

Cohran, Kelan Philip

Cooke, Sam

Cotton, James "Superharp"

Country Music Oprys

Crossroads Myth

Crudup, Arthur “Big Boy”

Davis, Tyrone

Delta Blues Museum

Diddley, Bo (Otha Ellas Bates)

Dixon, Willie

Dockery Farms

Downing, Ann

Edwards, David “Honeyboy”

Edwards, Teddy

Elzy, Ruby Pearl

Engel, Lehman

F. S. Wolcott’s Rabbit’s Foot Minstrels

Fat Possum Records

Fiddling Tradition

Five Blind Boys of Mississippi

Freedom Songs

Gentry, Bobbie (Roberta Lee Streeter)

Gilley, Mickey

Greenfield, Elizabeth Taylor

Harney, Richard “Hacksaw”

Hemphill, Jessie Mae

Highway 61/Blues Highway

Hill, Faith (Audrey Faith Perry)


Hooker, John Lee

House Parties

House, Son (Eddie James House, Jr.)

Hovis, Guy

Howlin’ Wolf (Burnett, Chester A.)

Hurt, “Mississippi” John

International Sweethearts of Rhythm

James, Elmore

James, Skip

Johnson, Robert

Johnson, Tommy

Juke Joints

Kimbrough, Junior

King, Albert (Albert Nelson)

King, B. B. (Riley B. King)

LaSalle, Denise (Ora Denise Allen)

Leake County Revelers

Lewis, Furry

Malaco Records

McClinton, O. B.

McDowell, “Mississippi” Fred

McMurray, Lillian Shed, and Trumpet Records

Milton, Little (James Milton Campbell, Jr.)

Ming, Hoyt, and His Pep Steppers

Mississippi Blues Trail

Mississippi Delta Blues and Heritage Festival

Mississippi Mass Choir

Moore, Dorothy

Music, Religious

Narmour and Smith

North Mississippi Allstars

Patton, Charley

Po’ Monkey’s Lounge

Presley, Elvis

Price, Leontyne

Pride, Charley

Red Tops

Reed, Jimmy

Robinson, Cleophus

Rodgers, Jimmie

Rush, Bobby (Emmit Ellis, Jr.)

Shape-Note Singing

Smith, Bessie, Death of

Smith, Wadada Leo

Southern Cross the Dog

Staples, Pops, and the Staples Singers

"Starkville City Jail"

Stuart, Marty

Thomas, James “Son Ford”

Thomas, Rufus

Turner, Ike

Turner, Otha

Twitty, Conway (Harold Lloyd Jenkins)

University of Mississippi Gospel Choir

Waters, Muddy (McKinley Morganfield)

Williams, “Big” Joe

Williamson, Sonny Boy, II (Aleck Miller)

Wilson, Cassandra

Wright, Early

Wynette, Tammy (Virginia Wynette Pugh)

Young, Lester