Last Night at the Hi-Tone 

The Death and Potential Rebirth of Memphis' Most Profilic Rock Club.

"You better call your wife/Call your bossman/Cause we ain't never goin' home," the Oblivians' Greg Cartwright sang late Saturday night at the Hi-Tone Café. "Call the police/Call the police/Cause we're gonna get our drink on," he yelped as a sold-out crowd shook…

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