Hang the Moon!

Tales of bootleggers, Gulf Coast boatmen and "white trash revelry!"

Powerhouse Arts Center, Oxford, MS 38655 April 6, 2023 at 6:00 pm

Thursday, April 6 – The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour continues its 2023 live perfromances on Thursday, April 6 at 6 pm at the The Powerhouse Community Arts Center!

Doors: 5:30 pm – Show: 6 pm

FREE Admission! Come early and bring pals!

The Powerhouse is located at 413 S 14th St., Oxford, MS.

Author: Jeannette Walls – Hang the MoonRollicking novel about Prohibition-Era bootleggers in Virginia. “The thrilling plot culminates in bombshell revelations.” —Publisher’s Weekly, (*starred review*) – Lit Hub’s Most Anticpated Books of 2023

Music: Gulf Coast songwriter Molly Thomas (Honey’s Fury) and North Carolina songwriter Adeem the Artist (White Trash Revelry)

Hosts: Jim Dees and our house band, the Yalobushwhackers

Air times:

Thursday, April 6 at 6pm (CT) – WUMS 92.1 FM – University of Mississippi

Friday, April 14  at 6 am (CT) – WYXR 91.7 FM Memphis, TN

Saturday, Jan. 15  at 3 pm (ET) – WUTC 88.1 FM University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

7 pm (CT) MPB — Mississippi Public Broadcasting

9 pm (CT) APR – Alabama Public Radio

Sunday, Jan. 16 at 3 pm (ET) – WUOT | 91.9 FM, Knoxville

Listen: Thacker Mountain Radio Hour on Spotify

Featuring

Author

Jeannette Walls

Jeannette Walls, bestselling author of The Glass Castle, has a new novel, Hang the Moon (Scribner) a riveting story of an indomitable young woman, the sharp-witted and resourceful, Sallie Kincaid, who confronts murder and bootleggers during Prohibition Era Virginia.

“The thrilling plot culminates in bombshell revelations… Sallie makes for an indelible heroine…. This is a stunner.” —Publisher’s Weekly, *starred review*

Named a Most Anticipated Book of 2023 by LitHub.

Walls’s memoir, The Glass Castle, has been a New York Times bestseller for more than eight years. She is also the author of the bestsellers The Silver Star and Half Broke Horses, which was named one of the ten best books of 2009 by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.

Walls lives in rural Virginia with her husband, the writer John Taylor.

Music

Molly Thomas and the Rare Birds

Songwriter Molly Thomas was born in Ocean Springs, MS, and now lives in Fairhope, AL. Her latest releases with her band, the Rare Birds, include the LP, Honey’s Fury, as well as her “Covid single,” Everything’s Going to Be Okay.

Thomas has released four critically acclaimed records as a solo artist and her music has appeared in films.

“Ms. Thomas asserts herself and the band supports her well. If today’s rock & roll burns the coal slow then [Honey’s Fury] is doused with starter fluid. Fiery like The Avett Brothers & The Mumfords. All good.” – Americana Highways

Adeem the Artist

Adeem Maria, (the Artist) is a seventh-generation Carolinian, a makeshift poet, singer-songwriter, storyteller, and blue-collar Artist. They reside in the hills of East Tennessee with their wife, visual-artist High Five Hannie, toddler, and two small cats where they write and record music while perfecting their garlic pizza recipe.

The Artist’s latest album is White Trash Revelry. Produced by Kyle Crownover, (Tyler Childers), all stops were pulled out to showcase Adeem’s songs. The single, “Middle of a Heart,” was a 2022 “Song of the Year” nominee by Saving Country Music.

Adeem the Artist’s previous album was Cast-Iron Pansexual. Rolling Stone said, “[it] lives up to its title with explorations of sexuality and gender expression that are equally clever and poignant.”