On the raunchier side are the bluest of blues performers like Marvin Sease, whose ten-minute track "Candy Licker" has made him a crowd-pleaser. Sease is also the mentor to the youngest act on the bill, soul singer Sir Charles Jones, who received the B.B. King Achievement Award in 2003 and 2004 and who has a penchant for referring to himself in the third person. ("Everybody loves Sir Charles Jones's music.") Other artists set to perform include Bobby Rush and Theodis Easley, whose "Stand Up in It" ranks right alongside Chick Willis's "Stoop Down Baby" as some of the bluest double-entendre material on record. Between Sease, Easley, San Antonio-born soul man Mel Waiters and the deep-voiced crooner Latimore, who are also on the bill, this show may well see the most panties thrown on stage since Tom Jones hit Vegas.