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Book us for your own private House Concert!

If you don't know much about House Concerts, they are a fabulous way of bringing live acoustic music right into your own home, to be enjoyed with your friends in an intimate setting that just can't be duplicated at clubs and venues. They are generally done in connection with a pot-luck dinner, wine/beer tasting, or dessert party. Those in attendance contribute a small stipulated amount each for the band. The House Concert host agrees beforehand to guaranty a minimum number of concert goers. It's a great way to bring live music into your home for less than the cost of parking your car downtown. Mighty Mississippi is now booking House Concerts, and will be happy to work with you to make yours a great success. We are open to booking at locations distant from our home base, if we can coordinate with other gigs in the same area. Please feel free to email us for more information about House Concert bookings: mightymississippi@sbcglobal.net

purchase our current CD - "Deja Blues"

Work on our current CD, "Deja Blues", was completed in December, 2012. The album represents our most ambitious recording project to date. It has 12 tracks, comprising about an hour's worth of acoustic Blues. For fans unable to grab a copy at one of our gigs, the CD can be purchased through PayPal for $20, which includes domestic shipping and handling. To place an order for "Deja Blues", email us at: mightymississippi@sbcglobal.net

"Deja Blues is a great listen; the only way to make it better would be with warm air wafting outside..., and a jug of moonshine...." (The Boston Blues Society, March 2013)

"Deja Blues is blues pure and simple...very well done and very refreshing. ...Well-chosen classics and a few very well written originals show this is a band with deep roots and an unending love for the music. ...[T]wo thumbs up are just not quite enough." (Billtown Blues Association of Central Pennsylvania, April 2013)