friday, 25 

friday, 25

Lots of art openings tonight, may of them during the South Main Trolley Art Tour, including: Jay Etkin Gallery for work by Chuck Johnson and Sandy Robinson; UniversalArt Gallery for work by Rollin Kocsis; Durden Gallery for work by Brad Troxel and Jennifer Albright; and D Edge Art & Unique Gifts for work by George Hunt, N.J. Woods, and Rosa Jordan. Other openings around town are at the Wings Gallery inside the Wings Cancer for work by six cancer survivors; Delta Axis in Marshall Arts for work by six former Delta Axis curators; and at Midtown Galleries for work by 12 local artists. At the Stax Museum of American Soul Music tonight, Put on Your Gospel Shoes is a special presentation/concert by music Veteran Jesse Boyce, who has worked with everyone from The Mighty Clouds of Joy and Shirley Caesar to The Temptations and Little Richard. Ingram Hill is in concert at the New Daisy. Breakfast at Tiffany s is tonight s Orpheum Classic Movie Series feature. There s a Dan Montgomery CD-Release Party with Melissa Dunn, Harlan T. Bobo, Holly Cole, Okraboy, and The Ruffin Brown Band at Earnestine & Hazel s. At Overton Park Shell today, A Cry For Joy no.2: A Celebration of Improvisation and Jazz features Bart Galloway, Gerald Stephens, Matt McClellan, Chad Anderson, Chip Henderson, Lawrence Miller, Earl Lowe, Henry Warner, Kelly Hurt, Alvin Fielder, and Chris Parker. Go Fast and The Subteens are at Murphy s. As always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge. And last but certainly not least, it s opening day of Michael Moore s documentary, Fahrenheit 911.


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