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Media Producer at the University of Alabama
Media Producer at the University of Alabama

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Due to inclement weather the North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic has been moved to an alternate indoor location at Davis Park on Old Carter Place address 1172 Aikin Road Senatobia, MS

Driving directions from Interstate 55: Take the Senatobia exit onto HWY 4 East go 13 miles. Turn right on Aikin Road, go 1.1 miles. Turn left onto the Picnic grounds.

Driving Directions from HWY 7 going North from Oxford: Go 25 miles North on Hwy 7 toward Holly Springs. Turn left onto HWY 4 West. Go 16.3 miles on HWY 4 West. Turn left onto Aikin Road, go 1.1 miles. Turn left onto Picnic grounds.
Driving directions from Tupelo: Take Oxford exit from HWY 78 onto HWY 7 South. Shortly after you pass Walmart turn right onto HWY 4 West. Go 16.3 miles on HWY 4 West. Turn left onto Aikin Road, go 1.1 miles. Turn left onto Picnic grounds.

If you get lost during festival hours you can call 662-612-6441 for driving directions.

Primitive camping and RV camping is still available. All scheduled artist will perform on schedule. All vendors will be onsite.

Travel safe and thank you for supporting the safe attendance for all Picnic artists and fans!

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Here are some Alabama Detours I produced for broadcast on WVUA23.

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Here are some music videos that I and others have shot at the annual North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic which is coming up June 23-24.

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Bill Abel will be back this year at the North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic June 23-24, an annual music festival. I was able to go to the first nine years of this event and shot some video. Cindy and I won't be able to go this year but it's fun to remember past years.

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Schedule for the Cigar Box Guitar Festival coming up in Huntsville, Alabama June 2nd and 3rd

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This nice article on Miller's pottery in Brent includes recent video. If you follow the Encyclopedia of Alabama link in the article, you can also watch three excerpts from my 1998 documentary about them.

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