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CMI Music and Comedy Archives 

"Blue Collar" comedian Ron White when he wasn't so white-haired.
Grammy award winner and Chief Creative Officer of STAX Music Academy, Memphian Kirk Whalum has always been a handsome sight to behold.
Country star Alison Krauss as she begins her rise to fame with a stop in Memphis.
The legendary Lyle Lovett from his 2001 tour, during which he performed at the Memphis Botanic Gardens' Live at the Garden.
An early shot of Memphis born and bred rapper, Al Kapone, on the cusp on becoming an international hip hop star.
Remember the comedian Sinbad? My first famous person sighting in Memphis was from when Sinbad was still touring (presuming this shot is from said tour) and visited the Peabody Place mall, at which he rocked an unmistakable chocolate-brown velour track suit. Ah, those were the days.
R&B goddess Mavis Staples has become an icon of mid-South soul, often gracing Memphis with her presence.
A Memphis native (well, since the mid-1980s, anyways) Todd Snider has been wooing national audiences for years with his original folk music and natural good looks.
Do you remember John Tesh? If not, I'm not going to bother trying to explain the crazy awesomeness: that's what Google is for. Once you realize who he was, it will make this picture - and the fact that at some point he toured Memphis - that much more fantastic. Do it now.
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The legendary Lyle Lovett from his 2001 tour, during which he performed at the Memphis Botanic Gardens' Live at the Garden.
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