Another major event coming up is the visit in mid-September by master percussionist Mamady Keita, winner of several gold medals from various drumming competitions and at one time dubbed the Best African Drummer. Since his initiation into the world djembe at age 7 in 1957, the Guinean native has performed and taught throughout the world. Look for his visit to include classes and performances. We'll keep you posted. Quick Props Here's to Durham Music Festival organizer Robert Stromberg, assistant organizer Jason Fagg and North State Sound's John Koelle, who steered the third annual Durham Music Festival through a successful weekend. Even by the Sunday post-party at Joe and Jo's they were still ambulatory, coherent and helpful. Asked how his weekend went, Stromberg deadpanned, "I walked 16 miles around downtown Durham." Somebody buy this man a new pair of shoes. September Shows Drive-By Truckers at the Lincoln Theatre (Sept. 25), Wilco at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium (Sept. 25) and David Byrne with string section and all at the Carolina Theatre in Durham (Sept. 19). One down note: The London Symphony Orchestra's "Music of Holywood" tour has been cancelled and the RBC Center performance along with it. Damn. Now how am I going to get the overture from Where Eagles Dare out of my head?