‘Road To Memphis’ Premiers At Links Event

‘Road To Memphis’ Premiers At Links Event
On Sun., Nov. 5, 2017at 4 p.m., Garry Goin will present the Memphis premiere of “The Road to Memphis” at Groovin’ with River City Links at the Germantown Performing Arts Center. Following an opening reception, silent auction and art exhibit, the musical production will take the audience on a journey through the golden decades – 50s, 60s and 70s of Memphis music.
This Garry Goin production is in partnership with The Pinnacle Entertainment Group located in Las Vegas, Nevada that markets the shows across the country. Appearing in the production will be 14 talented singers and musicians who exemplify and demonstrate the global impact of Memphis music.
“I am honored to have been asked to present this production at the Links’ Groovin’ event because this will be the first time Memphians will see it,” said Garry Goin. “The production was introduced in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and so Memphis will be only the second market to see it. This musical showcase gives me an opportunity to highlight tremendous musical talent while helping a great organization support worthy programs and initiatives benefiting the Memphis community.
“We are delighted that this year’s Groovin event will allow us to provide a platform that introduces a new production to the marketplace, while raising funds to expand our community-based programs,” said Ailene Booker, River City Chapter President. “Mr. Goin is a tremendous talent and we are proud to partner with him for this event.”
The 2017 Groovin’ with River City event will initiate a celebration of the 25th Anniversary for this chapter of The Links, Incorporated. Proceeds will support community programs – Links 2 Success: Girls Academy, an annual HBCU College Fair, the Arts 2 Life initiative, and activities at adopted school Hollis F. Price Middle College Prep.
Groovin’ with River City is open to the public. Tickets for the event are $50 and can be purchased at groovin2017.eventbrite.com.

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