Uhhh, John Paul Keith is ONE guy. And a heck of a musician by the way!
Hi all, if you happen to click the link in the Flyer's e-blast today, you'll need to know this: tomorrow night the Downtown Memphis Commission is sponsoring a FREE concert as part of the opening night of RiverArtsFest.
Luther Dickinson, Amy LaVere and Ms. Sharde will share the stage at 8:30PM.
Prior to that catch John, Paul, Keith and the 145s at 7P and the Mighty Souls Brass Band at 6P.
Come on down to South Main. Shops and galleries will be open too. Spread the word.
Alona's Designer balloons Known for doing Whitehaven Pr I mean since 2004. Won Platinum Prom! This is an event you don't want to miss!
Good googley moogley! I appreciate the recommendtion, but that picture is of me (Tony Isbell) and Christina Wellfford Scott from the production of THE HEIRESS in 1986!!! In the CURRENT,2014,production, I am the director and Christina is in it, but playing a different role altogether. I have another picture you can use. :-)
such an amazing event!!! benefits the humane society of memphis and shelby county. a must attend event for everyone!
Great place, would be even better with more room to dance. Great bands.
Kym Clark- WMC5 is the Master of Ceremonies for the 11th Annual Show...
Tails are Wagging...!!! Pups are Smiling!!! I can't wait for the.. Doggie Disco Dance off!!!
Jason James is absolutely talented! His performances are incredible!
Lauren Mayberry, Martin Doherty, Iain Cook and crew brought their jam back to Tennessee and just in time. It's been three months since Chvrches blew us away at Bonnaroo and we were ready for more. This Minglewood Hall show started with awesome and ended with more awesome, as the band played all the power-pop hits from 'The Mother We Share' and one or two new cuts. There may be no better chorus in rock than that in "Recover'; there may be no more surprising crowd favorite than "Under the Tide" sung by Martin with a jerky dance while Lauren, usually the eye-catching center of the outfit, worked magic on the boards. The people loved it. We danced, we sang along, we drove 420 mies round-trip from Nashville to see Chvrches and would do it again tonight. This was an epic show and a great crowd. We didn't quite pack the Hall, but we knew every word to every song and sang and danced until we were drenched, and spent. We figure the next time we see Chvrches it will be in an arena. We feel lucky to have seen them in this medium sized club with 500 or 600 good friends. It was pure barry, braw and belter. Long live Chvrches!
We can't wait!!!
We have been in Memphis 8 years and have gone to Big Scoop for the last 5 years. This will be our 6th year and we wouldn't miss it! It is a wonderful event full of fun, games, and of course a variety of ice cream and tasty treats to sample. The entertainment is always awesome. We take a picture with a different cartoon character every year and this has become a great family tradition. The best thing is that the proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House, which a just a wonderful place, and the people there are so nice! It is worth more than the price of the ticket! Love it, love it, love it!
The topic is Violence against the LGBT community.
Great music, amazing songs, really cool crowd, and neat girls! Everyone should enjoy a night out on the town listening to the Zoo Girls Music!
Awesome! Love you guys and KITTY!!
Please note the time for this has been changed to 7-8:30pm.
Art By: Frank D. Robinson, Darlene Newman, Dawn Kimble, Derrick Weaver, Quinn McGowan, Sir Walt, Marcellous Lovelace, Ari Hotep, Cristalynne Dupree, Lana Maria, Shamek Weddle, R.E. Fields, Sharela May Bonfield, & BLK75
To my knowledge, this was a successful fundraiser last year. I totally expect this year's tournament to raise a lot of money and generate a ton of interest in this great organization.
This event goes to Aug. 28. It does not end Aug. 14.
By Chris McCoy
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