The Michael Schatte Band performs at the lovely and historic Orpheum Theatre in Memphis as top-eight finalists in the 2015 Memphis International Blues Challenge
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Her band was in fine form as they rocked the song from the stage of the Exit/In in Nashville, and one can almost imagine hearing it ring out across Tennessee to Memphis as it went down.
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Arrington – Enjoy free live music every Saturday & Sunday ... 6:15 p.m. at the Tennessee Theatre. April 12-15 Memphis –Something Rotten tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers ...
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ver the last nine years we have published cover stories on everything from the circus to double-dipping at city hall. We’ve written fun stories and serious stories, but some people seem to think ...