By NEMS Daily Journal
Bluesman Marquise Knox, who splits his time between Missouri and Mississippi, is one of the many performers at this year’s Howlin’ Wolf Festival in West Point.
Knox’s debut album, “Manchild,” was nominated for a Blues Music Award for Best New Artist Debut. Knox will soon release his third record. Knox shares the bill with New Delta Jukes, Deacon Jones & the Late Night, Mark Muleman Massey with Billy Earheart, Matt Hill with Preston Hubbard and headliner Grady Champion. The 16th Annual Howlin’ Wolf Festival is at 5 p.m. Friday at the Civic Center in West Point. Tickets are $15/advance, $20/door. Small coolers are allowed.
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