Here's the Live At Trackside video of the 1937 Flood’s "Wade in the Water." The Huntington-based string band will play the fourth annual Diamond Teeth mary Blues and Arts Festival at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24. Back by popular demand, Liz Pennock and Dr. Blues, the Florida-based blues act who are currently on their 30th annual summer tour, will headline the fest, which features a full plate of free music, BBQ vendors, and more than 15 area arts and crafts vendors. The Diamond Teeth Mary Blues & Art Festival honors the legendary "Queen of Blues" Mary McClain, the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame member whose roots were in Huntington, West Virginia. Upon her death, McClain's ashes were scattered at Heritage Station at her request. This was where she hopped her first train in 1915 to leave her home and follow her dream. Go online at www.ghprd.org.