The world's happiest bluesman, Big Ron Hunter has performed in Europe, Lincoln Center in New York, and at festivals throughout the United States. Coming up next weekend he'll be part of UNCSA's Music Academy of the American South which runs from June 14-16th on the UNCSA campus and Old Salem Museum and Gardens in Winston-Salem. Blue Summit: Interviews and Performance is Sunday afternoon, June 16th at 3:00pm with Big Ron, Boo Hanks and Logie Meachum. Also on Sunday there'll be jam sessions and picnics with a 7:30pm evening concert by David Holt, legendary gospel performers The Branchettes, and Laurelyn Dossett in the St. Phillips Heritage Center in Old Salem Museum and Gardens. Saturday it's The Kruger Brothers, Molly Andrews, Muscle Shoals, and more. And the Academy begins Friday night, June 14th at Home Moravian Church with a salute to our musical roots and Salem Composers of the 19th Century. Big Ron Hunter and Laurelyn Dossett came to WFDD for a Live in Studio A.