Harlan T. Bobo Returns to Memphis With a New Record

Harlan T. Bobo Returns to Memphis With a New Record

Harlan T. Bobo feels like pure Memphis to a lot music fans. His shows this week feel like a homecoming for many, including Harlan

Blueshift Ensemble partners with New York’s ICEBERG at Crosstown.

Last year, when Crosstown Arts hosted a unique collaboration between Blueshift Ensemble, a group of classically trained Memphis musicians, and ICEBERG, a collective of

New Daisy Theatre Celebrates 75 Years on Beale Street

"I wanna die just like JFK!" the singer announced. "I wanna die on a sunny day." It was Jim Reid of the Jesus and

Beale Street Caravan Produces “I Listen to Memphis” Video Series

Kevin Cubbins, executive director of Beale Street Caravan, says it was time for the long-running radio show to change directions. "About three years ago,

Punk pioneers The Klitz return for Grrl Fest.

Grrl Fest, Memphis Punk, Girl Bands, Alex Chilton, Jim Dickinso

Beale Street Music Festival 2018: Sunday

FedEx Stage flor • 3 p.m. These Oregon rockers make their Beale Street Music Festival debut on the strength of their debut album on

Beale Street Music Festival 2018: Saturday

FedEx Stage Chinese Connection Dub Embassy • 2:10 p.m. This Memphis band creates authentic reggae, with more of the short, sharp sounds of

Beale Street Music Festival 2018: Friday

FedEx Stage North Mississippi Allstars • 6 p.m. Luther and Cody Dickinson continue their genre-defying experimentalism with this year's Blues Dance Music (BDM),

Sweet Home ... Memphis: Larry Heard Releases “Cerebral Hemispheres”

When dance music fans around the world hear the name Larry Heard, they think of Chicago. As in "Chicago house," the pulsating electronic style

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