The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, September 17-23

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Amber Rae Dunn
  • Amber Rae Dunn

As stalwart troubadours carry on their weekly live-stream events, other faces familiar and not-so-familiar are making appearances this week only. Mark Edgar Stuart is back in the saddle, and we even have a native daughter of the city, Caroline Fourmy, who returned here from New Orleans when the pandemic hit. Dial them up on your satellite feed with your preferred device, and help them all out by tossing a few virtual coins in the tip jar.

REMINDER: The Memphis Flyer supports social distancing in these uncertain times. Please live-stream responsibly. We remind all players that even a small gathering could recklessly spread the coronavirus and endanger others. If you must gather as a band, please keep all players six feet apart, preferably outside, and remind viewers to do the same.

ALL TIMES CDT



Thursday, September 17
Noon
Live DJ - Downtown Memphis Virtual Carry Out Concert
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8 p.m.
Devil Train - at B-Side
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Friday, September 18
6 p.m.
School of Rock Presents: Billy Joel vs. Elton John
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7 p.m.
Mark Edgar Stuart
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Saturday, September 19
7:30 p.m.
Amber Rae Dunn & Shufflegrit
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Sunday, September 20
3 p.m.
Dale Watson - Chicken $#!+ Bingo
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4 p.m.
Bill Shipper - For Kids (every Sunday)
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7 p.m.
Caroline Fourmy and Tim Vaziri
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Monday, September 21
8 p.m.
John Paul Keith (every Monday)
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Tuesday, September 22
7 p.m.
Bill Shipper (every Tuesday)
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8 p.m.
Mario Monterosso (every Tuesday)
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Wednesday, September 23
7 p.m.
Amy LaVere & Will Sexton
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8 p.m.
Richard Wilson (every Wednesday)
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