Stories and Songs: with photographer, Bill Steber, and performance by Shandora Rice
May 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Come join us for a free concert at the Sheldon and learn about the photography of Bill Steber as he speaks to the places and people in his work of Hill Country Mississippi. Afterwards enjoy the sounds of St. Louis native Shandora Rice, lead singer of Mz. Sha and her Ka’ShA band. Rice is an illustrious and soulful musician who sings blues, R&B, and soul for all to hear, getting everyone in her audience to tap their feet! Come hear tunes from all the women of the blues from Koko Taylor to Denise LaSalle!
Bill Steber is a photographer and artist from Tennessee, exhibiting in the Sheldon Art Galleries beginning February 10, 2023. He has documented blues culture in the Mississippi Delta for over 20 years, chronicling musicians, juke joints, churches, folk and other significant traditions that gave birth to or influenced the blues. Steber’s photos are compassionate, poetic and capture the beauty of the moment and will be on view through May 6, 2023.
The National Blues Museum is a 501c3 Non-Profit Institution.