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Museum Matinee: Nothing to Prove: Mac Arnold Returns to the Blues

The 2018 Horry County Museum Documentary Film Series continues with Nothing to Prove: Mac Arnold Returns to the Blues December 5 at 1 p.m.
Southpaw bassist and South Carolina native Mac Arnold was only 10 years old when he and his brother built a guitar out of a gas can, a couple strips of wood, a handful of nails, and some screen wire. Arnold played in J. Floyd & the Shamrocks (who frequently featured a young James Brown on piano) while still in high school, and officially began his professional career when he joined Charles Miller’s band in the early ’60s. Free.