friday, 6 

friday, 6

Lots of art openings tonight. They are at: Broadway Studio for work by Danny Broadway; the U of M s Fogelman Executive Center for work by Jennifer Church and Eric Hinson, with live music by Javier Padial; The White Gardenia for pottery by Gail Greice and Colleen Belvin; Perry Nicole Fine Art for work by Arline Jernigan and Andy Reed; and at David Lusk Gallery for work by Rana Rochat and Wayne Edge. There s a big Susan Marshall & Friends Concert at Poplar Pike Playhouse tonight featuring Keith Sykes, Reba Russell, William Lee Ellis, and The Central Standards. This morning s Black History Month Paul Robeson Stamp Unveiling at the Cannon Center features a performance by the Memphis Symphony Orchestra s String Quartet along with guest speakers A C Wharton, Judge D Army Bailey, Rev. Billy Kyles, and Dr. LaSimba Gray. The aforementioned Memphis Grizzlies are playing Milwaukee tonight at home, and the referees better watch their calls or else. Tonight s The Absolut Sound of Woman concert at Automatic Slim s features Los Angeles chanteuse Kathrin Shorr and Memphis own Candice Ivory and DJ Saturna. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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