thursday, august 16 

thursday, august 16

Tonight, the Playwrights' Forum production of Dancing at the Revolution opens at TheatreWorks. There are lots of Elvis Week events, not the least of which is Elvis: The Concert, a massive multimedia show that reunites Elvis' band members live on stage with a video-projected King performing with them. One non-sanctioned event is tonight's Millennium Death Trip show at Murphy's, with live music by The Limes, The Chiselers, and The Gabe & Amy Show.

Down in Tunica, Ringo Starr and His New All-Starr Band are at Horseshoe Casino. St. Somewhere is at Newby's tonight. The Ross Rice Band is at the Blue Monkey. And last but certainly not least, there's a show tonight at B.B. King's with Rufus Thomas, Ruby Wilson, Preston Shannon, and Little Jimmy King. I'd say that one ought to be the ticket.

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