saturday, 1 

saturday, 1

One more art show today is at 627 Monroe (in the rear) for sculptures by Jan Hankins and Mark Nowell. One of Memphis in May s best events is this morning s Canoe and Kayak Race and Festival on the Mississippi River starting at the Wolf River at 10 a.m., which is followed by a bluegrass concert. The Bo-Keys are playing this afternoon at Tower Records. Viva L American Deathray Music and The A-Frames are at the Hi-Tone tonight. There s a Drew Holcomb Band CD-Release Party at the P&H. And the crooner of all crooners, Tony Bennett, is in concert in Tunica tonight at the Grand Casino.

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