saturday, 17 

saturday, 17

Back at The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, today s Symphony in the Garden features the Memphis Symphony Orchestra performing English music, along with a picnic contest in conjunction with the concert. Atlanta based singer/songwriter Angie Aparo who, by the way, has a shaved head and a goatee and wrote and recorded the original version of Faith Hill s hit Cry is at The Lounge tonight. Interpret this for yourself, but there s a Foamy Floam Foam Party tonight at The Spot; I believe this involves dancing in a pit of foam or bubbles or both. Native Son is at the Blue Monkey. Hedgecreep, The Joint Chiefs, and Adios Gringos are at Murphy s. Mary Lou Lord, Cory Branan and J Friedman are at Young Avenue Deli. And last but certainly not least, the soul diva of all soul divas well, perhaps with the exception of the incomparable Mavis Staples Gladys Knight is at the Horseshoe Casino tonight.

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