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Hal & Mal's is simply an excellent mid-sized live music venue...
Clarksdale's best juke joint, with its neon-red mood lighting, plastic-bag ceiling and general soulful disintegration is the place to see bluesmen howl...
For blues in polished environs, Morgan Freeman's Ground Zero is a huge and friendly hall with a dancefloor surrounded by tables. Bands take to the stage Wednesday to Saturday, and there's good food available.
A funky, supremely cool supper club serving up blues, jazz and bluegrass alongside excellent eats (the chef's Southern fusion comes from his extended travels and backyard urban garden).
All shapes and sizes, colors and creeds descend on this down-home Farish St club when everywhere else closes. It hosts authentic Delta musicians who have been known to play until sunrise.
This old brickhouse, and rather intimate theater with concrete floors, exposed rafters and a mezzanine, is the place to see indie rockers and folksy crooners.
On the Square, this iconic music venue hosts consistently good bands, and they do a nice pub-grub business at lunch and dinner before the stage lights dim.
Enjoy soulful crooning on the weekends.
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