friday, 8 

friday, 8

Tennessee Williams The Glass Menagerie opens at Germantown Community Theatre tonight. There are also several art openings. They are at: Perry Nicole Fine Art for an exhibit of works by Nashville artist Kit Reuther; Lisa Kurts Gallery for Rome to Renaissance, works by Marcia Myers; David Lusk Gallery for Legends and Lagoons, works by Michael Crespo; and at Art Farm Gallery for Blown Fuse, glasswork by Brooke Porter, Nicola Tupis, Teresa White, and Allyson Ross. In the Balance is at the New Daisy. The Melvin Rogers Big Band is at the Center for Southern Folklore. There s Dead Irish Blues with Jimmy Crosthwait at Dan McGuinness Pub in Peabody Place. The Porch Ghouls and The Reigning Sound are at the Hi-Tone. Southern Culture On the Skids and The Snipes are at Young Avenue Deli. As always, the fabulous Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge (c mon with that CD!). Asbestos, GTO, and Thirteen Clouds are at Newby s. And while I ve never heard him and don t know who he is, I suppose you can t go too wrong with a guy named Handsome Jimmy Valium, who s playing at Murphy s tonight along with The Cooters.

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