The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, November 12-18

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As COVID-19 comes roaring back in strength and prevalence, many are revisiting the shut-in habits of the pandemic's onset. Live-streams to the rescue! Indeed, this week we have a full-on (virtual) battle of the bands in a fundraising event in honor of Veterans Day. While more musicians are playing in-person shows again, why not tip your hat to the more prudent folks who continue 2020's fine live-stream tradition? Toss them some coin and do your part to support social distancing!

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, November 12
8 p.m.
Devil Train - at B-Side
Facebook    YouTube    Twitch TV


Friday, November 13
11 a.m.
Alex Walls - Fridays in HSP
Facebook

8 p.m.
Bluff City Backsliders - Record release party
Facebook



8 p.m.
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Goner TV

9 p.m.
The Delta Project
Facebook


Saturday, November 14
10 a.m.
Richard Wilson
Facebook

6:30 p.m.
Michael Graber & Friends - at The Central Station Memphis
Facebook


Sunday, November 15
1 p.m.
Battle of the Bands - Veterans Day Picnic
Tickets    Facebook

2 p.m.
The Mighty Souls Brass Band
Facebook

3 p.m.
Dale Watson - Chicken $#!+ Bingo
YouTube

4 p.m.
Bill Shipper - For Kids (every Sunday)
Facebook


Monday, November 16
5:30 p.m.
Amy LaVere & Will Sexton
Facebook

8 p.m.
John Paul Keith (every Monday)
YouTube


Tuesday, November 17
7 p.m.
Bill Shipper (every Tuesday)
Facebook

8 p.m.
Mario Monterosso (every Tuesday)
Facebook


Wednesday, November 18
8 p.m.
Dale Watson - Hernando's Hide-a-way
YouTube

6 p.m.
Richard Wilson (every Wednesday)
Facebook

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