friday, march 2nd 

friday, march 2nd

Lots of art openings tonight. At Joysmith Gallery, there s an opening reception for Directions, works by Bill Dallas and Greg Rumph. An exhibition of paintings by Samuel Hester Crone opens at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis. At Perry Nicole Fine Art, there s an opening for a show of works by Connie Hendrix and Adele Sypesteyn. And last but certainly not least, American Impressionism opens at Lisa Kurts Gallery tonight, featuring works by Mary Cassatt, Frederick Carl Frieseke, and Edward Potthast. And there s yet more theater: Freak Engine a show of performance art, dance, improv comedy, and more is held at midnight tonight at TheatreWorks. Proving that anyone can sustain a career, Engelbert Humperdinck is at Gold Strike Casino, while Finis Henderson performs his all-new comedy routine elsewhere at Gold Strike. Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets are at the Black Diamond on Beale tonight. Hamilton Louis is just a few doors down at B.B. King s. Southern Culture on the Skids with The Forty-Fives are at the New Daisy. The Memphis Soul Revue is at the High Point Pinch. Filthy Diablo, Few Left Standing, and Incineration are at the Map Room. And Shangri-La Records starts its annual Porch Concert Series at 5:30 this afternoon with Tyler Keith (former lead of the Neckbones) and the Preacher s Kids.


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