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Re: “Elmo & The Shades

I love this band. I have visited Beale Street many times over the years and Elmo and the Shades is by far the most entertaining band I have ever seen there or maybe anywhere. I have visited Beale St. with friends, leave Rum Boogie to check out other music and we always find our way back to Rum Boogie to soak in this group. I have been dissappointed my last couple of trips not to find them on the street. If you get the chance to hear them by all means do so!!!

3 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Texas Blues Lover on 11/29/2011 at 11:53 PM

Re: “Rock-n-Roll Cafe

My friend and I go to Memphis at least 3 times a year. We absolutely love Joe and his family! His shows are awsome. How can any of you write the negative things you wrote on here about Joe? What about the horrible things you have done in your life? Let's air your dirty laundry!!! Joe is an awsome entertainer. We always see his shows when we are there. I suggest to anyone going to Graceland, see the Joe Kent Show. You will be glad you did. We are going again in January. Can't wait to see ya, Joe. Keep up the good work. As long as you perform, we will always come and see you! TBC.....WE LOVE YOU!

7 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Melissa S. Jordan on 11/22/2011 at 1:56 PM

Love it!!! Anthony Nichols and Dennis Adams are keeping jazz alive in Memphis. Please come out and support Strictly Jazz Entertainment.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Jazzlover on 11/20/2011 at 9:36 PM

Re: “Karaoke with DJ Stylez

I LIKKKKKKKEEEEE!

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by New Orleans on 11/18/2011 at 10:07 AM

Re: “The Sheriffs of Nottingham and The Dirty Streets

opening band has been changed to The Heavy Eyes

Posted by Phillip Stroud on 11/17/2011 at 1:08 PM

Re: “"Hardface: The King of Cometry"

Behold a though provoking,moisture inducing, Art form that touches the Spirit mind body and Soul.Sex,Violence, Drugs, Money Niggerdom,Comedy, HipHop, Ultimate Spoken Word & Gangster Gospel, NiggaMuzic: The Diabollical Devolution Vol I  is infotainnmentment on steroids,sugar & extacy.Futuristic, provocative and diabolically creative Hardace plays with fire by audaciously  flirting with topics people are terrified to even think about.Creative, bizzar,sexy, shocking and mature, this album is unforgetable & ahead of it's time.This album was designed to stimulate and open your mind to other dimensions of thinking. NiggaMuzik brings unprecedented creativity,talent and to the world by creating a new genra of entertainment  I call" NiggaMuszik".  Shockingly uniqe and humorous NiggaMuzik will have you moist, laughing , thinking and ready to get off your ass. Listen at your own risk...

Posted by Elliott Hardface Nelson on 11/09/2011 at 2:26 PM

Re: “Cheffie's Cafe

I love Xiangqi and the people are so nice. They taught me to play. It was fun.

Posted by Clarence on 11/03/2011 at 7:22 PM

Re: “Rev. Horton Heat with Supersuckers and Dan Sartain

this will frigg'n rock hard!!!!

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by William Lancaster on 10/30/2011 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Hayes Carll

Hayes always puts on a great show.

Posted by Real Country on 10/13/2011 at 9:43 AM

Tawnee stole all the fundraiser money from the Wing's Cancer Foundation and that summer later did the same thing to Painted Planet and took it a step further and tried to destroy the business and the personal relationships within that network. The press was contacted to reveal who Tawnee Cowan and that's when apparently Tawnee fled to Florida to do the same thing, lying about her illness and destroying people's lives and reputation.

47 likes, 14 dislikes
Posted by :0 on 10/03/2011 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Love Music Fest

Hands down one of the best outdoor music venues in the tri-state area. over 100 acres of rolling hills and beautiful scenery located 20 minutes south of Memphis in Love, Mississippi. The artist lineup this year is amazing. Kenny Brown, "lil" Joe Ayers(junior kimbroughs original bass player), Garry and Duwayne Burnside, Richard Johnston, George McConnel, Woodstomp, Marlee Scott, and many many more. 2 stages with live music from 12noon-11pm on Saturday Septermber 24th and noon to 6pm on Sunday the 25th. Its a must see for any fan of local music by amazing local artists. BYOB-no glass-no pets- coolers checked at gate. visit www.lovemusicfest.com for all the details and artist showtimes. and if you hurry you can save big $ by ordering your tickets online. Hope to see everybody there!

Posted by Wood Stomp on 09/22/2011 at 1:45 PM

Re: “"Horn Island 27"

The Opening is Saturday September 10th, 6 p.m. Memphis College of Art, Overton Park, Memphis, TN
The show is displayed beautifully. The works of art are a reminder that life and art go on after disaster to create the beauty of nature and the coming together of kindred spirits. Each year students keep a tale all journal and take a journey into life with nature that will never be forgotten. The love of the Island shows through in the watercolors, photos, spirit boxes, birds etc. This show has something to share with those who find works of nature and earth inspiring. The show and how it came about is unique and each year brings new talent. Don't miss this chance to meet the artist and share in the Horn Island beauty and mystery.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Angela DuMont on 09/07/2011 at 1:19 AM

Re: “Booksigning by Jeff Klitzner

Jeff passed away unexpectedly on 8/18/11. His friends and fans will still be attending this event in order to commemorate his life and his spirit of adventure. Please join us.

Posted by Cousin Pete on 08/19/2011 at 5:34 PM

Re: “Table of Brotherhood Project

To Whom It May Concern:
I want to know if anyone is concerned about the children and their rights to a first rate education. This issue with consolidation with MCS and SCS seems to be overshadowing the pertinent reasons to have schools—to provide a first rate education for our children. We need to put all this bickering aside and devise a practical plan that has our children’s best interest in mind and not our petty insignificant agendas. Who cares who is right or wrong—we need to come to some sort of an agreement that will help our children reach their maximum academic potential. Although, I am not a proponent of consolidation; however, I am an advocate for education. I would like to see the schools, administrators, and teachers band together in unity to develop a plan that will help the school systems excel—whether we become one large school system or remain separate--I really do not care as long as we create an effective plan that will accommodate all the diverse students and the various learning styles of the students.
Furthermore, I would like to see that we incorporate the positive aspects of both systems, if we must consolidate. The SCS has an excellent curriculum and the teachers are really doing a superb job motivating and engaging the children. I have two children in SCS—one at Bartlett Elementary and one at Bartlett High School. I really think that my children are doing well because of the schools they are attending and the excellent administrative staff. Likewise, I am aware of excellent schools in MCS but I know of several failing or high priority schools, such as Frayser High School and others. I know about Frayser High School because this is the school that I recently chose to write an action research paper about to obtain my master’s in education. In my action research paper, I explored the alarming statistical data about the school and many other detrimental aspects about the school and the community of Frayser.
Finally, I am cognizant of the fact that we have problems in our schools but it bothers me that MCS threw in the towel so quickly before trying to work through the problems with the school system. I do not understand why anyone would want to make the problems with educating our children worst by constantly squabbling about school consolidation, money, and who will run the schools. I hope and pray that we think about the children and their welfare, not our selfish agendas—money, fame, power, or just politics.

Sincerely,
An Advocate for a First Rate Education for Everyone

Posted by swingo on 08/11/2011 at 2:08 PM

Re: “Karaoke

Really a great time... no rotations or anything, just great karaoke with a great selection of songs.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Jose' on 08/08/2011 at 3:47 PM

Re: “Bob Dylan and Leon Russell

Words cannot express the greatness of this performance. Like the proverbial apples of gold delivered on a plate of silver. Some few people in life are able to give their very best all the time with no let down and Bob Dylan or Mr. Zimmerman or whatever he wants to be is one of those people. As I scanned the crowd of young, middle aged, and older folks some were dancing in their seats, others sat in awe with their jaw open, others tried to hide the tears by putting their head down. The thing about Mr. Dylans music is that it provides the common link that opens up the heart and puts all ages, all genders, all races on the same wave length and now suddenly you are connected to 5000 people at the thalamic level. This concert was an existential experience of the highest order. How can a 70 year old musician with a significant closed head injury from a motorbike accident years ago do all this every third night for months on end? The answer is blowin in the wind.

Posted by Home Boy on 07/31/2011 at 10:41 PM

Re: “Acrassicauda (Iraqi Thrash Metal) with These Wolves Are Robots and Dead Twin

FUCCK YEAH DEAD TWIN IS THE SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by titsmcgee on 07/29/2011 at 6:10 PM

Re: “Teacherz Pet

Awesome band, best I've heard in a while

Posted by Dan Wireman on 07/24/2011 at 1:48 PM

Re: “Rock-n-Roll Cafe

We had the oppurtunity to witness Joe & his greatness in our family's home. He was truely a sweet, genuine man. Who's tribute, admiration, & love for the King was incredible & unforgettable!! His wife Kim & daughter were also very lovely people. He performed & told stories of Elvis & Memphis in front of at least twenty children. In fact, his finale performance was American Trilogy. Prior to performing, he stressed the importance of responsibility, honor, being true to one's self, etc. Everyone was tuned in & received his message followed by his tribute finale in Awe!! Our little girl, loved loved loved him. This little five year old can't wait to see him again! She still has her scarves on this morning... ROCK ON Joe Kent!!!

11 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Elvis fans on 07/24/2011 at 9:21 AM

Re: “Rock-n-Roll Cafe

I saw Joe June 17 at Rock and Roll Cafe---another terrific show as always. He is fabulous and I make sure I go to his show when I'm in Memphis.

10 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Betty Boop on 07/07/2011 at 11:35 AM

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