Jim Dickinson Live On Television. Be There! 

Friday night, Beale Street Caravan, Memphis' long-running national radio show, is taking the leap into television — and they want you to be there.

BSC will be at the New Daisy Theatre on Beale Street, celebrating the release of James Luther Dickinson's new CD, Jungle Jim & The Voodoo Tiger on Memphis International Records. This performance will be the first video-taped event for BSC's new TV series featuring Memphis' indigenous musical talent.

The party will feature performances by Jim Dickinson and the North Mississippi Allstars, Amy LaVere and The Tramps, Jimmy Davis, plus surprise guests. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $15.

For more information, call the New Daisy at (901)525-8979 or email Sam Tibbs at sam@bealestreetcaravan.com.

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