Thursday, August 21, 2008

The show tomorrow, concert tomorrow night

We are scheduled to be joined on the show by Ryan Ludwick from the Cardinals and Clemson coach Tommy Bowden.

Now, to the concert...
Rock For Love 2 is a concert that is going on Friday night (and Saturday) with a ton of great local music acts and it is all for a great cause. The show is at the Hi-Tone. I was asked to emcee and I was really honored. I am gonna be the emcee for the Friday night show (Lord T and Eloise, Al Kapone, etc., this is gonna be awesome). Come check this thing out if you can, it should be great. The show benefits the Church Health Center. They provide medical care for those that are uninsured or cannot afford it. I hope to see you there. Here is the release...

SunTrust Rock for Love 2 benefit for Church Health Center
planned for August 22-23 at the Hi Tone
Lord T and Eloise, Snowglobe to headline respective nights

SunTrust Rock for Love 2, the second-annual concert to benefit the Church
Health Center, is set for Aug. 22-23 at the Hi-Tone, 1913 Poplar Ave.

The concert – actually two back-to-back nights of music – will not only raise vital
funds for the Center, but it will also celebrate the diversity of Memphis music with
performances by some of the city’s best bands.

Friday, Aug. 22 – Lord T and Eloise, Al Kapone, Two Way Radio, J.D. Reager
and the Cold Blooded Three and Vending Machine. Emcee: Chris Vernon, host
of “The Chris Vernon Show” on 730 Fox.

Saturday, Aug. 23 – Snowglobe, the Coach and Four, Antenna Shoes, Oh No!
Oh My! and Royal Bangs. Emcee: Janet Wilson, host “Janet’s Planet” on WEVL,
FM 89.9.

Tickets are on sale at Goner Records and Shangri-La in midtown and online at Tickets for each night are $10, or tickets for both nights
can be purchased together for $18. Cost to get in each show will be $10 at the
door if tickets are available.