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|Delta Music Grand Ole Opry slated|
The Delta Music Grand Ole Opry will debut in November and be held on a monthly basis at the Delta Music Museum Arcade.
The Gene King Band from Winnsboro will be the host band at each event and will secure different guests for each month.
"Gene King has been very successful with his endeavors and has built a patronage of about 200 to 250 people for their concerts in Winnsboro," Bingham said. "We are very fortunate to get him committed to this. He is also in the process of contracting with a network that will film the concerts in Winnsboro and Ferriday and show them nationwide."
Bingham is looking for sponsors for the event and received a donation of $600 from the Ferriday Chamber of Commerce.
"If it is successful, it will be self-supporting after six months," she said. "This is a great opportunity for the Arcade and for Ferriday."
Bingham said the museum will also be hosting two traveling exhibits next year, one connected with LSU in February or March and the other a Voices of the Atchafalaya in April.
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