Sucarnochee Revue Rocks with Moncell
The Sucarnochee Revue returns to downtown Meridian and the Temple Theatre March 4th at 7 pm for another performance of the nationally syndicated radio and television show. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.
This month’s features Patrice Moncell along with the House Rockers, and noted Bluegrass fiddler Blaine Sprouse. Regulars Track 45, Jacky Jack White, and Mississippi Chris Sharp and the Jangalangs will also be on the bill.
Born In Meridian, Mississippi, Patrice Moncell has sung alto with the New England Vocal Ensemble at Carnegie Hall and with The Mississippi Symphony Orchestra. She was twice honored as female vocalist of the year by the Jackson Music Awards and as Mississippi’s Rhythm and Blues Diva. The vocal artistry of Patrice can be heard on her CD “Woman Enough” and on Grammy Award-winning jazz legend Cassandra Wilson’s “Belly of the Sun” release, where Patrice sings in both English and Portuguese. International tours have taken Ms Moncell to Italy, Spain, Germany, Sicily and Switzerland. She played the character May Wilkins in the film “Stop Breakin’ Down”, the life of blues legend Robert Johnson, and is featured in the Starz encore Network’s documentary, “The Last Of The Mississippi Jukes.”
Californian Blaine Sprouse was featured on the group Alabama’s country classic, “If You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)”, and is one of the most highly regarded session players in the world.
The House Rockers headed by Dudley Tardo have played with the best artists in Blues and have been featured in films and documentaries. For further info call (205) 499-9988.