Blues Musicians - Want Your Gigs Listed On This Calendar?

Dallas/Ft Worth/N Texas Blues Musicians - Want to see your weekly gigs listed on this calendar and have them read live on the air on KNON's BIG TEXAS BLUES program?

Email (no texts, messages to this blog or Facebook posts accepted) your gigs for the upcoming week NO LATER THAN Tuesday Evening to: bluelisablues@aol.com

Please include the following:
Your name * Band Name (if Applicable) * If it is full band gig, solo or duo * Name of Venue * City Venue is located in * Time your show starts and ends

Remember - this is a BLUES calendar posted on a BLUES blog and read on a BLUES radio show, so please only include BLUES gigs. Also, only include shows within the Dallas/Ft Worth/N Texas area.

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

fFREE TICKET OFFER EXTENDED AND ADDITIONAL LOCATION IN FT WORTH ADDED!!!!! FREE MOVIE TICKETS TO SEE "MUSCLE SHOALS" AT THE TEXAS THEATER IN OAK CLIFF

I got to see this Sunday at the Texas Theatre and it is GREAT!!

I wasn't the only one who thought so because another date has been added to the Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff (Sunday, November 17th) and also in Ft Worth at the Modern (Friday, November 15th thru Sunday, November 17th) 


Make sure and use the group code "ShareTheShoals"

Go see this - you will be glad you did!!!!

 

There is a fabulous new movie/documentary about Muscle Shoals showing this weekend at the Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff. And you can see it for free!

The movie is showing this Friday at 6:45 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 6:15 pm. You can see the trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UDe4JrFAIQ

You can request up to 4 FREE tickets by going to https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHRST0ZTdE1PYVhFS0g5VXhJUEJocmc6MA&ifq

Enter the Group Code "TEXASTHEATRE"

They've got a cool thing going on, so when you go, make sure you show some love and spend some money to help keep them going!  The world needs more independent movie houses!!!! (Did you know I used to work at The Granada Theatre on lower Greenville back in the '80's when it was an art house movie theater? And that my maternal grandfather was the top union movie projectionist in Texas up until they made him retire in his 70's? My love of historic movie houses just might be connected.)

In addition to the regular concessions (popcorn, candy, cold drinks, etc.) they also have a full bar in the lobby, that's an Oak Cliff destination in itself. You can take you drink in with you to watch the movie. This isn't the only event for them - they regularly host fun, hip happenings. Check them out at www.thetexastheatre.com


And tell 'em Blue Lisa from KNON sent you!

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