• Sucarnochee Revue set for Nov. 8

    Posted: November 04, 2013

    Author: Sydney Meeks

     The Sucarnochee Revue returns to the University of West Alabama Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. Held in Bibb Graves Auditorium, the concert will feature “Duck Dynasty” guitarist Tony Pasko. Up-and-comping country artists slated to perform include Jackson Capps, Anna Tamborello and Jessica Strenth.

Pasko, a Meridian, Miss. native, is the man behind all the “Duck Dynasty” music. For more that 15 years Tony has been a music industry professional and session guitarist. His vast playing background and knowledge of musical products has given him the opportunity to work and perform with some of the greatest musicians in the world.

    “Tony Pasko is a standard for other innovative guitarists. We’re delighted he loves playing at the Revue,” said Jack White, host of the Sucarnochee Revue.

    The performance will also include several young artists who are “on the way up,” White said.
    “I’ve watched with great interest and pride as Jackson Capps and Jessica Strenth have grown as artists,” White continued. “Anna Tambrello is no longer a rookie. I’m very impressed with her natural talent.”
    Other artists for the show include Revue regulars Britt Gully, J. Burton Fuller and Jacky Jack White.

    The Sucarnochee Revue is a radio and television program featuring musical artists of all genres from the Black Belt region. Taped live in Bibb Graves Auditorium on the UWA campus in Livingston, and at the Temple Theatre in Meridian, Miss., its purpose is to introduce radio listeners in Alabama, the nation, and world to the artistic community of performers in the Black Belt area.

    The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Bibb Graves Auditorium on the campus of the University of West Alabama in Livingston, Ala. Tickets are $10 at the door.

    For more information on the Sucarnochee Revue, please contact Jack White at (205) 499-9988 or visit www.jackyjack.com. Additional information on the Center for the Study of the Black Belt at UWA is available at www.centerforblackbelt.org or by calling (205) 652-3828.
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