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Last of the Mississippi Jukes

Now on DVD
from MVD Visual!



An 86-minute film about Jackson, Mississippi's Subway Lounge and Clarksdale, Mississippi's Ground Zero Blues Club with performances by Alvin Youngblood Hart, Chris Thomas King, Bobby Rush, Vasti Jackson, Patrice Moncell, Levon Lindsey, Abdul Rasheed, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, Lucille, Eddie Cotton, Dennis Fountain, Pat Brown, George Jackson, King Edward Blues Band, House Rockers, and more. Also featuring interviews with Jimmy King, Morgan Freeman, Bill Luckett, Dick Waterman, Steve Cheseborough, etc.

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Click Here to View: StartStormy MondaySubway Performances
Bobby RushFinishSubway Lounge Update


Mississippi Blues Trail 
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Photo Album

Robert Mugge (left) and Morgan Freeman at
Ground Zero Blues Club in Clarksdale, MS.

Jimmy King (left) and Vasti Jackson at
Subway Lounge in Jackson, MS.

Patrice Moncell at Subway Lounge.

Alvin Youngblood Hart at
Ground Zero Blues Club.

Vasti Jackson at Subway Lounge.


Robert Mugge (left) and Chris Thomas King
at film festival world premiere in Denver, CO.

Festival director Ron Henderson (left) and
Robert Mugge at Denver International Film
Festival premiere.


Marquee of AFI Silver Theatre during theater's grand opening
and film's theatrical world premiere.

Robert Mugge on opening night at the
AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, MD.

Patrice Moncell performing after
screening at AFI Silver Theatre.



Director's Notes




David Dye of WXPN-FM's "World Cafe" interviews Robert Mugge about his 2003 film LAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI JUKES

Recorded April 25, 2003 in Philadelphia. (Audio Only)



Photo Credits:
Mississippi juke joint photos by Dick Waterman, April 2002.
Denver premiere photos by Larry Laszlo, October 2002.
AFI Silver premiere photos, April 2003.