friday, 27 

friday, 27

It s the last Friday of the month, which means the South Main Arts District livens up tonight with the South Main Trolley Art Tour, with free trolley rides and open houses at the numerous galleries and shops and new ones seem to be popping up every day. There s an opening reception at D Edge Art & Unique Treasures for artist and jazz musician Emery Franklin. The Memphis Grizzlies (are they playing like champs, or what?) are playing Orlando tonight at The Pyramid. Down in Tunica, the Go-Gos are playing at the Grand Casino and the Blues Brothers are at the Horseshoe Casino tonight and tomorrow night. And here at home, The Dempseys are at Elvis Presley s Memphis; The Gamble Brothers are at the Full Moon Club upstairs from Zinnie s East; Bill Parker & His Motherscratchers, The Pink Sexies; and The Limes are at the Hi-Tone; and the Chris Scott Band (still minus Chris temporarily while he heals up) are at Poplar Lounge. Also, it has come to my attention that I rarely mention any clubs other than Midtown, Downtown, and the U of M area, so you might want to check out Fear Factor Karaoke with Donnie Jo at the VFW Post 7175 on Cuba-Millington Road.


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