If you need to get out of town: Hayes Carll, Del McCoury and Roy Head | Rock Candy

Friday, July 25, 2008

If you need to get out of town: Hayes Carll, Del McCoury and Roy Head

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Still touring behind the critically acclaimed "Trouble in Mind," Hayes Carll plays Proud Larry's in Oxford on Saturday.

In Fayetteville, also on Saturday, jam-band favorites moe. are at George's Majestic, with the Del McCoury Band opening. I guess my finger's not really on the pulse of the jam scene because that bill seems upside down.

Blue-eyed soul legend Roy Head, who the Memphis Flyer describes as "a spastic, seething force of nature whose frenetic, hip-hunching dance moves made Elvis look like an arthritic altar boy, headlines second annual Memphis pops festival at the Hi-Tone on Saturday. There's a diverse line-up of local acts. This video of Head doing "Treat Her Right" is awesome.

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