Flower Power: Lucious Spiller became known because of the Sunflower River Fest

By DANETTE BANKS,

Even standing amidst a carpeted landscape of cotton and soybeans with only a field of sunflowers as his audience, Lucious Spiller is at home singing the Blues.

“Playin’ is playin’ really, whether it’s busking or like a thousand people. 

 
 
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