thursday, 11 

thursday, 11

Tonight, the gospel musical A Fool For Love opens at The Orpheum. Today's Golf Club Heroes Tribute at Colonial Country Club is a fund-raiser for the American Red Cross in honor of Memphian and club member Gary Lasko, who is still missing at the World Trade Center site; fee to play is $150, and all proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross efforts in New York. Kevin Paige is playing the Sunset Serenade party tonight on The Peabody's Plantation Rooftop. And at B.B. King's pedal-steel guitarist Robert Randolph brings his sacred music which has been described by national critics as Sunday morning worship service meets Saturday night juke joint.


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