Linda Yancy of the group, Yancy & Yancy and the Good 'Uns, invites the public to a free concert tonight, Feb. 1, 2014 at the Center for Southern Folklore on South Main in Memphis.
In a public invitation, she writes, "It was a great January for music. We started our regular Thursday nights music at the Wilson Cafe in Wilson, Arkansas and it is one of our favorite nights of the week.
This little town in Arkansas has a unique history and is in the middle of a rebirth. The re-opening of the cafe is just part of the big plans for Wilson. The food is so good and the house has been packed every night we have played. With the great atmosphere, good service, food and live music. This is really the best way to start out your weekend on a Thursday night.
Tonight there is going to be a special treat at the Center for Southern Folklore on South Main in Memphis.
Long time Memphis Blues and R&B musician Bobby Rush is bringing his music; guitar and harmonica and his stories about the years he has spent in the Memphis music scene to the Center for a hot night of music at the Center.
The concert is free and it is a fundraiser supporting the Center. The Center for Southern Folklore is one of the best places to find something absolutely "Memphis" and has one of the best storefront concert venues in town! Located on South Main very near to The Majestic Grille. Hope to see you there!"
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