friday, 7 

friday, 7

Just one day until fight night. In the meantime, Over the River and Through the Woods opens at Circuit Playhouse, while Catfish Moon opens at Germantown Community Theatre. And there are plenty of art openings. They are at: Java Cabana for Kaleidoscope of Images from the Middle West to the West, photos by Megan Singleton; David Lusk Gallery for an exhibit of works by one of Memphis greatest artists, Ted Faiers; Lisa Kurts Gallery for a Summer Group Exhibition; and Perry Nicole Fine Art for works by Kristen Myers and Andy Reed. Tonight s Mahogany Soul Explosion at Mud Island Amphitheater features Erykah Badu and Angie Stone. Silence of the Lambs is tonight s installment of The Orpheum Theatre Summer Movie Series. At the Pressure World Car Wash on Lamar tonight, there will be a taping of the cable underground rap show The Flow Zone; the episode is Rumble on the Mike and will feature an open-mike rap session produced by Freakmaster, whose Billboard hit Get Me Whatcha Got for a Pork Chop was one of the first underground tunes out of Memphis to hit the charts back in the 1980s. There s The Magic Fight Party at Isaac Hayes Food, Music, Passion tonight, hosted by none other than Isaac and Magic Johnson. Jerry Lee Lewis is at Sam s Town tonight. And here at home, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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