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Our first performance of the America, Illinois show with film will be Saturday, November 9 at the Embarras Valley Film Festival at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.
It’s a great fest run by great people and we’re honored to be asked back after playing our Oscar Micheaux material there a couple of years ago. And this is a twofer for me personally as the documentary film I produced, CD is progressing slowly but we should be ready for a fall release.
Quite happy with the sound and general direction and again plan some extensive liner notes.
Check back for details and we’re greatly honored by everyone's interest. Our enormous thanks to everyone at the Salento International Film Festival in Casarano, Italy for their invitation to play the festival and warm welcome upon arrival. The fest was extremely well organized and we had the pleasure of playing at the lovely Cinema Teatro Manzoni in Casarano.
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