|Kate Campbell Performs at Folklore Hall!
Sunday, November 06 2011, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Call The Center at (901) 525-3655 to reserve tickets.
$20 includes a moon pie sundae (in honor of Kate's song "Moon Pie Dreams.")
Kate Campbell is a southern voice full of humor, incredible stories, and an unbelievable range of songs on Southern themes ranging from Elvis to Civil Rights. Kate will be introducing her newest CD, Two Days in Texas, as well as playing many of her favorite songs. The venue is smoke free and friendly to an all-age audience.
Compassionate, insightful and a tad quirky - that's the classic Kate
Campbell approach. As the daughter of a Baptist preacher from Sledge,
Mississippi, Kate Campbell's formative years were spent in the very
core of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's, and the indelible
experiences of those years have shaped her heart, character and
convictions ever since. Growing up in a family of musicians left Kate
well-versed in a wide variety of folk, blues, country and gospel
tunes. This musical foundation serves her lyrics well, rooted as they are in
the rich Southern storytelling tradition. Over the years, Kate has
crafted a musical niche for herself telling stories that explore
complex topics such as race, religion, history and human relationships
making her one of the best of her generation of New South
singer/songwriters. As wonderful as her CDs are, to fully appreciate Kate Campbell you have
to see her in concert where she weaves a lifetime of stories and songs
about growing up Southern into a performance marked by laughter,
remembrances and hope.
Location: Folklore Hall 119 S. Main Street
Contact: Call The Center at (901) 525-3655 to reserve tickets.