The Clarksdale Sessions is a CD that you will keep playing for years to come. The Songs take you from the Mississippi Jukes to a Saturday Night in the Big City. The music brings to mind a dark steaming night in the Mississippi Delta to that of sitting by the Banks of a River trailing your hand in the water contemplating love lost, love gained or just thinking about what you are going to do with your life. This CD will make you laugh, dance, or just long to sit and chill out for a while. Bill "Howl-N-Madd" Perry's recognitions are many. Bill Has traveled extensively sharing his music, his stories, and his humor with fans around the world. Mississippi has honored Bill by noting him on two of the Mississippi Blues Highway Markers for his contribution to the blues. Bill is honored with a display about his life and professional career in the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, MS. Bill performed in movies and on TV with Cuba Gooding Jr. in the movie the Way of War and played the devil at the Crossroads in the Gene Simmons Family Jewels show. Bill is noted in the book "Mississippi State of Blues" by Ken Murphy & Scott Barretta and is a featured musician in artist H.C. Porter's project "The Legends of the Blues @ Home." Early in his career Bill spent time in Chicago writing for musicians such as Little Johnny Taylor, Ted Taylor, and Cash McCall. He worked for Phil chess as a studio musician and for Stan Lewis writing for Jewel Paula Records. Bill did a stint writing for J.J. Taylor on a Willie Dixon Label. Later Bill joined Little Milton's band and then started his own band. The Clarksdale Sessions was produced at the Clarksdale Sound Stage, Clarksdale, MS by Gary Vincent. Gary Vincent is a record producer, musician, engineer, and song writer.