- Sore Eyes, among the artists feature on the "Memphis Means Music" free download.
The Memphis Music Foundation
has announced a "Memphis Means Music" campaign that starts tomorrow and runs through October 31st, promoting a diverse array of citywide events happening that week as part of the campaign, with admission ranging from free to $14.
The foundation has also partnered with Live From Memphis to create a free downloadable collection of contemporary Memphis music that will became available today. The 28-track download features local artists both established (Amy LaVere, Charlie Wood, Al Kapone) and emerging (Teflon Don, Sore Eyes, Battle Victorious).
For a full calendar of "Memphis Means Music" Week events, go here. To download the music collection, go here.
October 23rd. See MemphisMeansMusic.org for more information.