friday, 29 

friday, 29

It s the last Friday of the month, which means you can have free trolley rides to more than 25 galleries during the South Main Trolley Art Tour (and while you re at it, go ahead and mark your calendars for the upcoming South Main Arts Festival to take place on Saturday, April 27th). There are South Main opening receptions at D Edge Art & Unique Treasures for an exhibit of work by Stephen Hudson and at Mariposa Art Space for Head Shot, work by Meikle Gardne. Gardner is also having an opening reception later at Art Farm Gallery of Fine Art for his show Darkside. Blind Mississippi Morris is at the Lounge tonight. Sky Dogs are at Kudzu s. The Susan Marshall Band is at the Blue Monkey. The Memphis Legends featuring Randy Haspel, Rick Steff, and James Lott are at the Blue Moon. And as always and always a fine bet, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge a good band for a Good Friday.

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