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The concerts continue
Friday, April 23, 2004
By Keith Spera
Music writer

As if Jazzfest week weren't already overloaded, several events present a half-dozen or more acts under one roof. They include:

-- A slimmed-down Ponderosa Stomp returns to the Mid-City Lanes on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Mystic Knights of the Mau-Mau, who sponsor the event, realized that three successive 5 a.m. nights was too much for even the hardiest of souls. So the third annual Stomp is pared back to two nights, kicking off at 5 p.m. and ending at a reasonable 2 a.m.

Tuesday's show, "I Can't Find the Doorknob," spotlights retro guitar wizard Deke Dickerson & the Eccofonics backing Lady Bo, James Burton and Jimmy Lee Fautheree, among others. Also on the bill is Rudy Ray Moore, aka Dolemite, and bluesmen Ray Sharpe, Billy Boy Arnold and Henry Gray.

The centerpiece of Wednesday's show, "Take It Easy, Greasy," is a three-hour swamp pop throwdown featuring Bobby Charles, the writer of "See You Later, Alligator" and other rhythm & blues classics, in his first public performance in more than a decade. Warren Storm, Johnny Allan, Tommy McLain, Gene Terry and C.C. Adcock will also be on hand. After a New Orleans rhythm & blues showcase, keyboardist Willie Tee and drummer Zigaboo Modeliste close out the Stomp on a funky note.
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