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THE SHOW PEOPLE ARE DYING TO SEE... Ghost of Blind Lemon | Friday the 13th Showcase
Sixty-two years ago, a young boy drowned at Camp Crystal Lake. The camp counselors failed to save him because they were, uh, busy doing other things. That young boy later grew into a man who would go on to terrorize others at Camp Crystal Lake, and eventually, around the world.
That, of course, has nothing to do with Ghost of Blind Lemon first ever Friday the 13th Showcase, happening September 13th at The Free Man in Deep Ellum. Join The Ghost for an evening filled with local music so amazing that it’s scary good!
The Friday night begins with Charlie J Memphis, the young man for such great songs as “Shake My Bones” and “Bloody Is the Water.” Although Mr. Memphis is a young lad not even 21 years of age, his skill at weiling his axe (as in guitar) will terrify you!
As night descends upon Deep Ellum, the plot thickens as Hightower Band takes the stage, performing songs from the new EP Night as well as their debut album, Echo Spring with haunting lyrics driven songs that will tear your heart out too. The band’s blend of pop, rock, country, and blues will keep listeners glued to the edge of their seats!
Finally, the evening comes to its thrilling climax with Chilldren Of Indigo. The band will perform tunes from Keepers of the Fire, but their music is not the stuff of campfire stories. Watch Chilldren of Indigo thrill the crowd with funk, soul, hip-hop, and rock. Warning: their set is not for the faint of heart!
Do you think to can handle the excitement of The Ghost’s Friday the 13th Showcase? Come and try… if you dare!
The Free Man | Large Indoor Stage Friday the 13th of September, 2019 Doors open at 10pm All Ages Welcome $20 Under 21 $10 Presale $13 Door
10:30 Charlie J Memphis 11:30 Hightower Band 12:30 Chilldren Of Indigo
Presale tickets available on PreKindle.com See Less