friday, 16 

friday, 16

There are two art openings tonight. One is at David Mah Studio for tranquilo, toned photographs by Florida artist Dan Hubbard; the other is at Town and Country Custom Framing and Art for a show of works by Southern folk artist John Sperry, whose works depict the rural black South, blues musicians, and his childhood memories. Tonight kicks off Breaking Ground at TheatreWorks, a dance performance by the modern dance group Breeding Ground. The Distraxshuns are playing tonight and tomorrow night at Elvis Presley s Memphis. Music columnist and singer/songwriter Peter Stone Brown is at Kudzu s (he s actually playing at lots of clubs this week). Di Anne Price is crooning her beautiful torch songs upstairs at Cielo. The Bloodthirsty Lovers are at the Hi-Tone. The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge. And down in Tunica at Grand Casino, there s a 70s Soul Jam with the Stylistics, the Chi-Lites, and Cuba Gooding Sr.

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