Nationally recognized singer-songwriter Kate Campbell will perform at the Center for Southern Folklore this Saturday night. With 15 albums to her credit, Campbell has attracted acclaim from her story-driven songs that lyrically have been compared to everyone from Eudora Welty to Flannery O’Connor.
“Kate’s songs reveal a narrative of and about the South, the good and the not so good,” says Judy Peiser, co-Founder and Executive Producer of the Center for Southern Folklore. “With each new CD Kate brings us her dreams, visions, signs and even old cars.”
Prior to the day of the show, general admission tickets are $15.00. Day of the show tickets are $18.00, and front-row seats are $25.00. Tickets are available at the Center at 119 S. Main Street or by calling the Center at. 901.525.3655. Tickets are also available here.