Join award-winning singer/songwriter Jacky Jack White as he hosts the Sucarnochee Revue (pronounced: ‘Sook-uh-notch-eee’), a nationally syndicated radio show and thirty-minute television program featuring the colorful and uplifting music of the Black Belt Region of Mississippi and Alabama. The show is taped in front of a live audience at the historic Temple Theatre in downtown Meridian and at Bibb Graves Auditorium on the campus of the University of West Alabama in Livingston. It airs on MPB Think Radio Saturday nights at 10:00 p.m. and Thursdays on MPB TV at 7:00 p.m.
Sucarnochee Revue features artists from the Country, Bluegrass, Southern Gospel, Rock ‘n Roll, Blues, and Gospel genres including Track 45, Billy Ray Reynolds, Mississippi Chris Sharp, Britt Gully, The Reagan Firestorm, True Vine Fellowship Singers, J. Burton Fuller, Tricia Walker, and Bill Ellison and Temperance Babcock. Thirteen new episodes begin airing on September 22, with insightful interviews and behind the scenes footage; plus all the wonderful music from some amazing musicians.
Jacky Jack White spotlights his original song “If I Didn’t Love You”. The Sucarnochee Stage Hands collaborate on “Drift Away” and “I Can See Clearly Now”. Mississippi Chris Sharp and the Jang-a-Lang String Band perform “Lazy River”, “Things”, “Flat Land Blues” and “Insurance On Your Soul”.Read More
Britt Gully and the Water Moccasins rip through “Alabama Honeysuckle Girl” and “Ride Me Down Easy”. Track 45 features “I’m Gonna Move” and “Drive My Car”. Justin McCoy croons the classic “Cupid”. “Unchain My Heart” is featured by the Blues Messengers; while Clint Jordan lets loose on “I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train”.Read More
George Cummings features his original song “Gumbo Man”. He also teams up with Greg “Fingers” Taylor on the classic “Key To The Highway”. Greg “Fingers” Taylor blows a mean harp on his rendition of “Judgment Day”. Mark Whittington rips through “Love With A Feeling” and Justin McCoy puts his heart into “This Magic Moment”.Read More