Jimbo Mathus and The Tri-State Coalition at Levit Shell in Memphis, TN
Johnny Winter at 2012 Memphis in May, Beale Street Music Fest
Jerry Wexler/ On The Record

Fat Possum artist, Jimbo Mathus, is one of our all-time favorites around here. The Mississippi-native never fails to deliver with his swampy blend of blues, country, and gospel. We caught up with Jimbo in memphis, TN, at the Levit Shell. Then we’ve got a rocking set from the legendary Johnny Winters from the Beale Street Music Festival.

Guest Host, the late Jerry Wexler, recalls his experiences in the music industry in this series called On The Record.

Featured Artist

Jimbo Mathus

Jimbo Mathus was born James H. Mathis, Jr., in Oxford, Mississippi, to Jimmy Mathis and Jeanella (Malvezzi) Mathis. His genealogy is of Scottish and Italian origin. More info »

Guest Artist

Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter has been a guitar hero without equal. More info »

ON Beale Street Caravan | November 10, 2012 | 3:00 pm

Jimbo Mathus & Johnny Winter

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Jimbo Mathus and The Tri-State Coalition at Levit Shell in Memphis, TN
Johnny Winter at 2012 Memphis in May, Beale Street Music Fest
Jerry Wexler/ On The Record

Fat Possum artist, Jimbo Mathus, is one of our all-time favorites around here. The Mississippi-native never fails to deliver with his swampy blend of blues, country, and gospel. We caught up with Jimbo in memphis, TN, at the Levit Shell. Then we’ve got a rocking set from the legendary Johnny Winters from the Beale Street Music Festival.

Guest Host, the late Jerry Wexler, recalls his experiences in the music industry in this series called On The Record.

Featured Artist

Jimbo Mathus

Jimbo Mathus was born James H. Mathis, Jr., in Oxford, Mississippi, to Jimmy Mathis and Jeanella (Malvezzi) Mathis. His genealogy is of Scottish and Italian origin. More info »

Guest Artist

Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter has been a guitar hero without equal. More info »

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