Live blues at museum December 15; closing reception for Bill Steber’s ‘Spirit in the Soil’ exhibit

NEMiss.News Bill Steber returns to museum



Musicians Bill Steber and Libby Rae Watson will be at the Union County Heritage Museum for a live performance on Thursday, December 15, 6:30 until in a closing reception for the Spirit in the Soil Exhibit.

Steber, Nashville photographer, artist and musician has spent the last 30 years photographing Mississippi blues musicians. He also collected bits and pieces of artifacts from locations the blues musicians played and lived.

With these remnants and artifacts he has created portraits of those legendary musicians.

This exhibit at the museum will end in December.

Steber who is an accomplished musician plays the blues along with longtime friend Libby Rae Watson who has also played with and studies under some of the blues greats of the Mississippi delta.

The exhibit has been at the museum since September and will close at the end of December. The public is invited to this free holiday event at the museum in New Albany located at 114 Cleveland Street. For more information call 662-538-0014.

More about “Spirit in the Soil” Exhibit


Jill Smith, Director
Union County Heritage Museum
114 Cleveland Street
New Albany, MS 38652

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