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, published in The Concordian : Concordia’s Weekly Independent Student Newspaper, February 5, 2003
Craig Morrison, the concert’s organizer, is an ethnomusicologist who teaches a class at Concordia called "Rock and Roll and its Roots." The event began as an opportunity to bring the music of his class to the ears of his students. After three years the event grew from a one-act piece with Morrison’s band The Momentz into a multi-band spectacle of down-home sounds.

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In the 1950s, the legendary Sun record label launched rhythm and blues musicians like Ike Turner and Rosco Gordon, and country and rockabilly artists, including Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Warren Smith, Charlie Rich, and Jerry Lee Lewis. In the 1960s rock bands such as the Box Tops and Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs recorded in Memphis, while the soul labels Stax, Atlantic, and Hi made classic records with Rufus Thomas and his daughter Carla, Wilson Pickett, Eddie Floyd, Sam and Dave, Otis Redding, Ann Peebles, and Dusty Springfield. The concert featured songs by all of them.


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The 14th Annual Roots of Rock and Roll Concert :
The Oscar Peterson Concert Hall was transformed into a swingin’ back porch-style jam session last Friday, as music enthusiasts gathered together for the sixth annual Roots of Rock and Roll concert, an eight act jubilee featuring some of the top players in Montreal’s roots scene.

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As Craig Morrison proudly walked on stage and sat at the piano, it was apparent the audience was in for a treat Friday night at Concordia’s Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.
It was the Eleventh Annual Roots of Rock and Roll concert featuring a whole team of players - Craig Morrison and the Momentz, Vintage Wine, The Never-Be Brothers and a slew of other guests. They were there to perform classics from the early 20th century to the 1970’s, from early Memphis blues to Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Dusty Springfield.

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Standouts during the first set included rockabilly slappers like Midnight Shift and Blue Days, Black Nights and instantly-recognizable Holly standards like Everyday and Oh Boy, but it was the early part of the second set — an attempted reconstruction of highlights from Holly’s last show at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa — that was the masterstroke. The historical accuracy was impressive (How many people know that Holly opened his set that night with Gotta Travel On ?), but a dramatic sense of doom set in as hits by the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens were exhumed. Songs influenced by Holly, covers that were hits for other artists and some of his final compositions drew the night to a conclusion, with touching, spirited versions of Wishing and It Doesn’t Matter Anymore among the highlights.

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Heavily influenced by the Memphis, Tennessee’s music scene, Little Rock, Arkansas came into a humble music scene of its own, eventually churning out artists like rock band Evanescence. During the 1950s, country rock and roll icon (and Arkansas native) Johnny Cash made a name for himself as a music legend with a career that spanned up until his death in 2003. 1950s Arkansas also churned out acts like Country Music Hall of Fame legend Conway Twitty and country singer-songwriter Charlie Rich. Country rock musician Glen Campbell, a four-time Grammy Award winner also hailed from Arkansas, and even hosted his own variety show called on CBS. During the 1960s, Grammy Award winning jazz saxophonist and bandleader Pharoah Sanders gained popularity as well, as his avant-garde sound made a positive impact on the national music scene and other musicians like John Coltrane. During the late 1980s and 1990s, acts like Christian metal band Living Sacrifice, sludge metal band Rwake, and hip-hop soul singer-songwriter Ne-Yo also emerged from the Little Rock area. The millennium introduced performers like indie rock band American Princes, Christian punk band The Wedding, and country singer-songwriter Justin Moore.

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The opened in 1999 and is an 18,000-capacity venue that hosts sporting events and various entertainers throughout the year. Serving as Little Rock’s main entertainment arena, the Verizon Arena hosts big name acts like Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, George Strait, Fleetwood Mac, James Taylor, Brantley Gilbert, and Bruno Mars. With its 28,000-square-feet conference area, the venue also hosts conventions, exhibitions, banquets, and meetings catered by its in-house chef and catering staff, so whether you’re attending a corporate event or a sold out rock concert, the Verizon Arena will treat you to a world class entertainment experience.