friday, 20 

friday, 20

Three art openings tonight. One is actually billed as an Opening Mixer at the Dorothy Jean Gallery for Fuzion, a collaborative work by eight artists influenced by music, religion, and Southern culture. The other two are at the Midtown Artist Market Gallery for works by Amy Woolridge Dose, Salvador Kalki Winter and Jen Winfrey; and the adjacent Sip Coffeehouse for works by Charles Bopp. Today is opening day of the 146th Annual Mid-South Fair, with all of the things you d expect in the way of rides, food, exhibits, livestock, and great people watching. I d get on one of the thrill rides, but I m too fat. Old Man Johnson & The Cooter River Jass Bandare at Automatic Slim s tonight. Blue Combo is playing tonight and tomorrow night at the Blue Monkey. At the P&H CafÇ, it s the 11th Annual Hank Williams Sr. Birthday Celebration with Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whiskey Boys, Eddie Long, and Tommy Burroughs. The Gamble Brothers Band is at the Full Moon Club tonight upstairs from Zinnie s East. Down in Tunica, Tower of Power is playing tonight and tomorrow night. And, back at home, as always, the Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.
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