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Mathus, Hall, Welch, Kudzu and All the Fixins: Live Music this Week

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The slow lull of summer is beginning to ramp gradually back up toward fall. Here are some live music offerings this week in Oxford.
Shannon McNally and Garry Burnside — Snackbar
A Hill Country hero and heroine continue their summer residency at Snackbar.

Aaron Hall — Proud Larry’s
The soulful Aaron Hall returns, abetted by Jace Hughes, and Dave Woolworth, and American Idol‘s Keith Sanders.

Shannon McNally and Garry Burnside — Proud Larry’s
The duo provides dinner music from 5 to 7:30.
Moon Pie Curtis & the Fixins — Proud Larry’s
Oxford songwriter Moon Pie Curtis, usually a solo or duo act with Will ” Mister Will” Smith, debuts a full quartet, the Fixins, featuring Smith, Chip Burr, and Jason Ball.

A Mighty Voice — The Library
This fundraiser for the Thisbe & Noah Scott Foundation helps a very important but unsung pediatric cause. Providing entertainment are the Kudzu Kings and Rocket 88.

Durty Crooks featuring Jimbo Mathus — Proud Larry’s
Captain Catfish himself, Jimbo Mathus, never disappoints.

Leo “Bud” Welch — Lamar Lounge
Leo “Bud” Welch proves it’s never too late. The 82-year-old bluesman is back at Lamar Lounge Saturday night.

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