saturday, 2 

saturday, 2

Tonight s GPAC Living Legends Series performer is jazz great Herbie Hancock, making his debut at the Germantown Performing Arts Center. Tonight s Memphis Symphony Orchestra: Pops Series pairs the orchestra with Ronnie bat Eudora Auditorium. There s Songwriting Workshop today at Yosemite Sam s with Grammy Award-winning songwriter Randy Sharp leading the workshop on publishing, production, and the craft of writing songs. The U of M Tigers play Houston at Liberty Bowl Stadium as part of its huge homecoming weekend. At Regency Travel in Laurelwood Shopping Center today from 10a.m.-6 p.m., there s a Prague Benefit for the city s cultural centers ravaged by flooding back in August; the event includes information about Prague and the flooding, as well as musical performances by The Memphis Vocal Arts Ensemble, City of Memphis Schools String Program, the U of M s Performers Showcase, The Memphis Youth Symphony, and other groups. Stone Ground Kelly, Nucore, and Hector are playing at the New Daisy. And Sandra Bray is at French Quarter Suites.

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