Love Steff and her band. She writes and performs her own songs. This show is not to be missed.
Steff Mahan is where it's at. I've seen her several times and if you don't fall in love with her and her music, you're not listening!! Her and her band are not to be missed! I can't wait for this show!!! Rock it Steff!
Steff Mahan puts on a hell of a good show whether with her band or alone. I have seen her perform several times and am always impressed. I am looking forward to this weekend's show!!!
Chris McDaniels and the BluesMasters are always awesome. In my opinion, the best soul, blues group on Beale street. Extremely versatile and always have the crowd up on their feet. On Occasion, They introduce Memphis Joe and the party continues. Always a pleasant surprise.
Don't miss this band! Steff Mahan is amazing and Tori, Diane, & Barry are great as well. If you are in Memphis on Saturday, this is the place to be!!!
Team TNT (Thad & Tasha) Johnson are an inspiring husband-wife duo. It is their mission to educate, motivate and empower others to make important, positive changes in their lives. They are charismatic, energetic, and they really believe in God as well as in people.
Will they be playing the Washington Democrats again?
NO OPENING tonight. Another f-up by the Flyer. Meanwhile, big opening at Lusk, unpublished by this rag.
SLATE DUMP and Johnny Lowebow are always fun to watch, & SLATE DUMP has a new CD, "Electric Punching Machine." The Jam Messengers (Rob K. & Uncle Butcher) are here from Brazil on their first US tour. Gonna be a great show!
Glory, glory, halleluuuuuuuuuuuujah
His truth is marching onnnnnnn
Thank ya, thank ya very much
Good news about Edison Pena's visit to Graceland Memphis.
He is also to receive the keys to the City of Tupelo, Elvis Presley's birthplace in Mississippi, where there is a fine museum and a life-sized bronze statue of "Elvis at 13" by the gifted sculptor, Michiel Van der Sommen.
just wondering if this is the same Buddy that use to play with Jerry Lee Lewis....???,,,,If it is 'Greetings' from Indiana.....we use to go to all the JLL shows if they were in our area....
If you are inclined to jab yourself in the ears with toothpicks.
Great show, Tanya was at her best! Even got to talk to her in the casino later!
Ronnie and Cathy Seymour
I took some friends to the High Tea at the Madison yesterday...what a disappointment. We were seated and our tea was brought and then left to wait almost an hour for what was a joke. The sandwiches were terrible, the bread stale, a scone that was definitely not made in the kitchen and 3 petits fours that you can buy in a Wal-Greens. No music, no chocolate bar...an embarrassment for me and should be for Madison. We love Grill 83 and I thought this would be a reflection of the same quality. They need to do some research about High Teas.
Absolutely an unexpected treat. Fascinating story and a part of American history that shaoped the world as we know it. Well acted and staged. A treat to those who love theater and those who love the quirky facts of the American history.
With unabashed vulgarity and sincerity this play exposes Toronto’s 80's view on drag, the hypocrisy of the gay community when it came to drag queens and what was most notable the AIDS epidemic. It is a play about truth.
I have to say I agree Joe Kent can be an ass, we go to Graceland atleast three times a year and we happen to run across the Joe Kent show which on all other occasions has been a great show. We even turn down going to Beale Street just to see his show and after in the middle of a conversation he starts cursing and gets up and runs out, it is not only rude and obnoxious it has ruined it for us and all our friends that go with us to see him. If you need to go get drunk and fight at the VFW then you don't need to be performing.
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers and Bruce VanWyngarden
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