Nancy G. Agee 
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Re: “Hi-Tone CafĂ© to Close

I don't recall ever paying $30 to go see an act at the HiTone, could be a few really big names but admission is generally 5-10 dollars. I doubt many of our fantastic local bands make even $2000 anywhere around here. I am sure they wish they did. That said, Memphis is definitely not a dying city, there is so much talent here. The problem is not enough venues. Cannot blame anyone for that, it is a hard way to make a living and you have to love it. Poplar and Mendenhall an entertainment area? Restaurants and a movie theater, what venues are there for bands to play? I agree about I wish there was more live music but this is not a dying city. Our music scene has always had highs and lows but it is always there under the surface and you can go see great music for under $100. The HiTone is definitely one of the highs, so thank you.

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Posted by Nancy G. Agee on 12/12/2012 at 7:07 AM
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