The Devil Makes Three show has been moved to the Crosstown Arts space which is right down the street from our new location (map). Fear not, change of venue does not mean change in quality. The Devil Makes Three will still bring you the same glorious sounds you’ve come to to love. Please enjoy a few videos (all from very recent performances) of them killing it rather hard on their current tour. Show starts at 8pm, $13. “Dad Country” pioneer Jonny Fritz opens the show (his “Chevy Baretta” video is below).
YYYYESSSS!!! The Sword are heading back to Memphis! Since construction is still underway at the new Hi-Tone location, the show will be held at the New Daisy Theatre downtown. Kyng, from Los Angeles, are opening the show. Doors are at 8:30pm, $15. DONT MISS THIS!
Alright boys and girls! This week we have shows by Beach Fossils, Fast Planet, J.D. Reager, and the continuation of the Sons of Mudboy residency. On with the details. If we left out your event, leave a comment and let us know.
Alright, friends. Here’s the low down on the show’s around town this week. If you have anything to add, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check back later this week for The Weekend Ahead. Party on.
It’s Ronnie Lewis’s birthday tonight!!! We’re all celebrating at the Hi-Tone! The evening will include music entertainment by Tiger High, Tanks, & the debut performance of THE DEVIL’S RIGHT HAND! $1 PBR DRAFTS ALL NIGHT! ALL CAPS ALL EXCITED! DOORS AT 8PM, FREE TO GET IN!
Wayne Hancock is a master of the honky tonky country blues. Taking after the such legends as Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams, Hancock has crafted his own unique sound within the framework of a long-crowded genre.
Tonight, Hancock is performing at the Hi-Tone Cafe. He’s also bringing Ohio blues guitarist Patrick Sweany along with him. Sweany’s sound is more blues than country (which is quite evident in his performance of “Pecan Trees” in the video below), but the two artists are a perfect fit.