sunday, 28 

sunday, 28

One more art opening: this is at Clayworks Studio (2116 Vinton) for the 5th Annual Summer Celebration Student Show, featuring works in clay and other media. At today's Memphis Record Convention at Agricenter International, you'll find a huge variety of rare records, CDs, music videos, 45s, posters, and other music memorabilia. Tonight's big Harvest For the World Concert at The Pyramid includes the Isley Brothers, Patti LaBelle, and Maze featuring Frankie Beverly. Di Anne Price & Her Boyfriends are playing at Huey's Downtown this afternoon, followed by Roy "King" Carrier and the Zydeco Night Rockers. And if you miss Di Anne there, you can catch her later tonight at the Blue Monkey.

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