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WEEKEND: CONCERTS (255-9600), $7 at the door. Nashville On Stage presents Plan chcad Upcoming concerts in the Nashville area Vk i tr; to' Johnson, Chuck Jones, Monty Criswelt, Tony Martin, Pat Alger, Jim Sales, Rick Blaylock, Brett Jones, De-wayne Blackwell and James T. Horn and others, noon-midnight Sunday at The Broken Spoke Cafe, Ramada Inn North. $5 donation at the door. Sunday In the Park featuring Christian Blues Artist Nashville Fats with The Ric White Band, Zack Reynolds, Tammy Meadows, Brian Reed, Jon Zadick The Corporation, The Phillips and more, p.m.

Sunday at the Centennial Park Band Shell. Free. Sam's Place hosted by Gary Chapman featuring Vestal Goodman, Natalie Hemby, Billy Sarah Gaines, Billy Dean and Lee Roy Pamell, 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Flyman Auditorium. Tickets are $15 (plus service charge) via Tcketmaster, 255-9600.

The Care About Kids Golf Tournament Auction featuring an acoustic concert hosted by Doug Supemaw with Cart Perkins, David Kersh, Cletus T. Judd, Skip Ewing, Paul Overstreet, Bobby Randall, The Moffatts, Baillie the Boys, Rob Crosby, Leroy Van Dyke, David Frizell, Jack Daniels, Dave Gibson, Kentucky Headhunters, Joe Nichols, Jeff Moore, Great Plains, MC Potts, Jason Petty, Jim Wise, Billy Montana, James T. Horn, Davis Daniel, Rick Orozco, Kimber Clayton and Bill McCorvey, after the golf tournament (1 p.m. tee time) Monday at the Hidden Valley Golf and Athletic Club, Jackson. Tickets are $10 at the gate, or $5 adv.

by calling 901-664-5524. Tim Mensy, 8 p.m. Wednesday at Caffe Milano, 176 Third Ave. N. 255-0073.

Admission is $5. Call 255)073 for reservations. Dancin' in the District featuring Casey the Terminators, Sleepy La Beef, Thompson Brothers, William Toptey, 5-10 p.m. Thursday at Riverfront Park. Free.

Daryte Singletary, 10 p.m. May 23, Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second Ave. N. Tickets are $8 at the Wildhorse Saloon. Eric Johnson with special guests Cravin' Melon, 8 p.m.

May 23 at 328 Performance Hall. Tickets are $15 via Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Less Than Jake with special guests Guttermouth, Javachrist and Process Is Dead, 7 p.m. May 24 at 328 Performance Hall. Tickets are $6 adv.

via Tcketmaster (255-9600) or $8 at the door. All ages show. Lovin' Feelings Concert starring Frankie Vail! The Four Seasons with The Spinners, Chubby Checker, The Turtles and Jay The Techniques, 7:30 p.m. May 24 at the Nashville Arena. Tickets are available through Tcketmaster, 255-9600.

Gold City, Tony Gore Majesty and Wilbums, 7 p.m. May 24 at Memorial Auditorium, Chattanooga. Tickets are $11 .50 adv. by calling (615) 826-1596, or $13.50 at the door. Reggae on Broadway featuring Mystic Meditations, 9:30 p.m.

May 24 at Henry's Coffeehouse, 318 Broadway. Tickets are $5 advance via Tcketmaster 1 i mil Lid-ii i hit --i A The Detevantes, brothers Bob and Mike, will be among the performers at the Historic Nashville Wrecking Ball Saturday at Marathon Village. presents Machine Head with Neurosis, Down set and Vision of Disorder, 7 p.m. June 6 at 328 Performance Hall. Tickets are $10 advance via Tcketmaster, 255-9600, or $11 at the door.

Tina Turner with Cyndi Lauper, 8 p.m. June 6 at Starwood Amphitheatre. Tckets are $40, $27.50, $15 through Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Dancin' In the District featuring Black Uhuru, 5-10 p.m. June 12 at Riverfront Park.

Free. Skip Ewing Noel Lee Haggard, 10 pm, June 13 at the Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second Ave. N. Tckets are $8 at the Wildhorse. No Doubt with Weezer and Red Five, 8 p.m.

June 13 at Starwood Amphitheatre. Tickets are $22.50 and $15.50 through Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Lefty Frizzell Day featuring John Anderson, Ken Mellons, Johnny Pay check, David Frizzell and special guests, 1-10 p.m. June 14 at River Rock Country, Cross Plains, Tenn. For tickets and call 1-800-433-0030.

:6 Matthew Sweet, 8 p.m. June 14 at 328 Performance Hall. Tickets are $12.50 adv. via Tcketmaster (255-9600) or $15 at the door. Rusted Root, 7:30 p.m.

June 15 on the Veranda Stage at Starwood Am- i phitheatre. Tickets are $1 8 advance, $1 9.50 day of show via -255-9600. Lynyrd Skynyrd with Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Paul Rodgers, 7 p.m. June 14 at Starwood Amphitheatre. Tickets are $30, $24, $15 via Tcketmaster, 255-9600.

Bruce Cockbum, 8 p.m., June 18. 328 Performance Hall. Tickets $15 advance, $17 advance reserved via Tcketmaster, 255-9600, or $17 at the door, Jo Dee Messina, 10 p.m. Friday at the Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second Ave. N.

Tickets are $7 at the Wildhorse Saloon. The Nashville Symphony Classical Series IX featuring pianist Emanuel Ax, 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday at TPAC's Jackson Hall. Tickets are through Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Gallagher Guitar 32nd Anniversary Concert featuring Doc Watson, Claire Lynch and the Front Porch String Band, Steve Kaufman, and more, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, noon Saturday at the Cal-sonic Arena, Shelbyville, Tenn. Tickets are $8 Friday, $10 Saturday, or $15 all weekend and are available at the gate or by calling 389-6455. 103 KDF Edge of the Cumberland 2 featuring Better Than Ezra, Sponge, The Verve Pipe, Tonic, Cowboy Mouth and The Honeyrods, gates open at 3 p.m., show starts at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Riverfront Park, First and Broadway. SOLD OUT.

Proceeds will benefit YWCA Domestic violence Shet- IZ ter, Oasis Center and You Have the Power. E. The Thompson Community Singers, 6 p.m. Saturday at Baptist World Center, 1700 Baptist world center Drive. Tickets ($13 advance, $25 VIP seating) are available at Press Play Gospel in Price Plaza, Strictly Gospel in Madison, Crawley's on Main Street, Haddox Pharmacy on Charlotte, ML Zion Baptist Church and Baptist World Center box office (228-6292).

'97 Jazz Series featuring Jerry Tachoir and the Group Tachoir, 6:30 p.m. Saturday on the lawn of Beachaven Winery, Clarksville. Free. Phil Keaggy, 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Charlotte Road Baptist Church, 7511 Charlotte Road.

Tickets $10 advance or at the door; 356-5810 or 952-5764. Second annual Wrecking Ball to benefit Historic Nashville hosted by Pat Gallagher featuring Wrecking Ball Orchestra led by Maestro John Sieger with Phil Lee, Greg Trooper, The Deie-vantes, Kevin Gordon, Victor Mecessyne, Angela Kaset, Bobby Bandiera and Southside Johnny, Karen Faulkner, Tommy Womack, Du- ane Jarvis, KristJ Rose and special guests, 8 p.m. Saturday, Marathon Village, 1305 Clinton St. Tickets ($20) available at door or by calling 292-2027. Standing on the Promises featuring Shelia Pugh and David Rice, 5 p.m.

Sunday in the sanctuary of East End United Methodist Church, comer of South 13th and Holly Streets. Free. The Joe Harris Memorial "Feed the Children" benefit with special guest D.R. Auten and featuring Reese Wil-5 son, Thorn McHugh, Sterling Whipple, Curtis Wright, Bernie Nelson, Tim At the Tainrny Wynette makes her 1 first appearance in seven years on the Grand Ok Opry this week-i end with performances on both Saturday shows. Wynette, dubbed the first lady of country music, is best-known for her classic Stand By Your Man, though her history also includes such standards as D-I-V-O-R-C-E, Another Lonely Song, Till Get It Right and Til I Can Make It On My Own, plus a number of duets with former hus-i band George Jones.

Wynette's Opry appearance will be telecast on TNN's Grand Ole Opry Live at 1 730 p.m. in a segment that fea-1 tures host Lorrie Morgan, Jan Howard and Anita Cochran, mak-'ing her Opry debut The rest of the schedule for this weekend's Opry: Friday 1 Porter Wagoner, Oswald Charlie, Skeeter Davis, Jim Jesse, Charlie Louvin; Grandpa Jones, Bill Carlisle, Wilma Lee Cooper, The 4 Guys; Mike Snider, George Hamil-; ton IV, Jeanne Pruett, Doyle Law-son Quicksilver; Marty Stuart, Fairfield Four, Connie Smith; Jimmy Dickens, Jean Shepard, Jimmy C. New-' man, Riders in the Sky, Del Reeves; Bill i Anderson, Osborne Broth ers, Charlie Walker, RayPil- i Farm, Summertown, Tenn. A $5 donation will be taken for admission. 3rd Anniversary Celebration with Lee Roy Pamell, 10 p.m., June 1 at the Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second Ave.

N. Free to Tenn. residents. Joe Oiffle, 10 p.m., June 6 at the Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second Ave. N.

Tckets are $1 2 $1 5 day of show at the Wildhorse. Collective Soul, 8 p.m. June 4 at 328 Performance Hall. Tckets are $16 via Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Dancin' In the District featuring T.

Graham Brown, Jonell Mosser, 5-10 p.m. June 5 at Riverfront Park. Free. Rush Test for Echo Tour, 8 p.m. June 5 at Starwood Amphitheatre.

Tickets ($34.50, $24.50 reserved, $14.75 lawn) are available via Tcketmaster, 255-9600. Thunder 94's Midnight Mosh Pit gie Bar: Stacy Mitchhart Blues Can Use, 9 p.m., $5. Windows on the Cumberland: Reggae Sunday with Fertile Ground and Destiny, 3 p.m. Bluegrass Bluegrass Inn: Ann Tiley and Ricky Lee, 1 p.m.; Davidson County Ramblers, 6 p.m.; Tracy Latham, 10 p.m. AcousticFolk Bluebird Cafe: Spotlight Band featuring NeB Fagan and Popgun, 6:30 p.m.; Writers' night hosted by Sher Powers with Bruce Burch and special guest T.

Graham Brown, 8 p.m. Various Bell Buckle Cafe Music Parlour. Celebration, noon. Blair, radio Jerry pm, Pam Tillis, 8 p.m. May 24 at Opryland's Chevrolet Geo Celebrity Theater.

Tickets are $16.95 through theOpryland box office, 889-6611. Deana Carter, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Jim Lauderdale, 7 p.m. May 25 at Riverfront Park, First and Broadway. Tickets ($27.50 $18 adv. gen.

$20 gen. adm. day of show) are available through Tcketmaster, 255- 9600. KC the Sunshine Band, 8 p.m. May 25 at Sam's Town River Palace Arena, Casino Strip Resorts, just South of Memphis.

Tickets are $25, $20 and may be purchased at River Palace Arena box office or cnargea cy phone via Tcketmaster, 255-9600 or (901) 525-1515. Nashville On Stage presents Diamond Rio, 8 p.m. May 25 at Opryland's Chevrolet Geo Celebrity Theater. Tickets are $1 6.95 through the Opryland box office, 889-6611. Dancin' In the District featuring Julie Buddy Miller, Jonny Lang, 5-10 p.m.

May 28 at Riverfront Park. Free. Sam's Town Big Band Swing Party featuring The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, 7 p.m. May 28 29 at the Sam's Town River Palace Arena, Casino Strip Resorts, just South of Memphis. Tickets are $7.50 general admission and may be purchased at the River Palace Arena box office or via Tcketmaster, 255-9600 or (901) 252-1515.

Me'Shell Ndegeocello, 8 p.m. May 28 at 328 Performance Hall. Tickets are $11 advance via Tcketmaster (255-9600), $14 at the door. Chris Rock with Mario Joyner, 9 p.m. May 30 at Sam's Town River Palace Arena, Casino Strip Resorts, just south of Memphis.

Tckets ($30, $25) may be purchased through the River Palace Arena box office or via Tcketmaster, 255-9600 or (901) 525-1515. Memorial Day Benefit Concert to benefit Rocketown featuring Big Tent Revival, Out of Eden and Tammy Trent, 7 p.m. May 30 at New Song Christian Fellowship, Brentwood. Tickets are available at area Christian bookstores or by calling 1-800-521-0290. Blues for Swan Creek, benefit for The Swan Conservation Land Trust featuring The Lewis County Blues Review with special guest Harmonica Red and Tofu Nation, 7 p.m.

May 31 at The 2 pm; Music City Band, 6 p.m. Nashville Night Life: Judi Martin's talent contest, 6 p.m. sign-up, 7 p.m. snow, $3. Robert's Western Wear.

James Patrick, noon; The Texas Troubadours with Austin Church, 2 p.m.; Running Water, 6 p.m.; Don Kelly Band, 10 p.m. Tootsie Orchid Lounge: Harrison Beck with Bobby Leeds, noon; Scott Wayne The Boys, 4 p.m.; Zack Taylor, 10 p.m. Progressive Springwater Dan McMillin bay, 3 p.m. Bourbon Street Blues Boo RockTop 40 Club Mere Bulles: 152 Second Ave. N.

Starltte Dance Club: 3976 Dtekerson Pike. 868-2147. Country Barbara's: 207 Printers Alley. 259-BARB. The Broken Spoke: 1-65 Trinity Lane.

226-3230. The Bullpen: 901 Second Ave. N. 255-6464. Carver's Family Fun Center: 1649 Highway 231 Lebanon.

449-9860. Casbah Lounge Restaurant: 314 Natchez Court. 831-0945. Country Playhouse: 3940 Dickerson Road. 868-3451.

Eastside Cafe: 251 7 Gallatin Road. 226-9697. Embers Showcase: 210 Printers Alley. 726-1373. The Fiddle Steel Guitar Bar 210 Printers Alley.

251-9002. Gabes: 1402 Arctic Drive. 226-0842. Lakeside Pub: 5234 Saundersville Juliet 758-3039. Lonnie's Western Room: 208 Printers Alley.

726-1373. Miss Kitty's Saloon: 91 Vandiver, Madison. 865-3075. Music City Lounge: 427 Broadway. 251-9645.

Nashville Night Life: 2620 Music Valley Drive. 885-5201. Nashville Palace: 2400 Music valley Drive. 885-1540. Red Lantern Restaurant I-65 Exit 108, on west side of Interstate, White-house, Tenn.

672-0414. Robert's Western Wear 416 Broadway. 256-7937. Skull's Rainbow Club: 222 Printers Alley. 251-9076.

Texas TroubadounTneatre: 2416 Music valley Drive. 885-0028. Henry's Coffeehouse: Billy 6 p.m.; Lynn Biddck, 7 p.m.; Abstract Blues, 8 p.m.; Moe Jackson Blues Band, 10 p.m. Hurricane: WAPB (810 AM) live show featuring Delicious Blues Stew, 6 p.m., $3. Mere Bulles: Birdsong, 11 a.m.; Miranda Louise, 8 p.m.

16th Ave. Cafe: Eddie London Band, 1 p.m.; Karaoke hosted by Mac, 6 p.m. Comedy Zanies: Kenny Bob Davis, 8:30 $7. Jo Dee Messina turns the horses loose Friday night at the Wildhorse Saloon. WEEKEND: WHERE THE CLUBS ARE Franklin.

591888. Knights of Columbus: 123 Boslef Springs Road. 352-3808. Lava Lounge: 1719 West End Ave. Opry Stonewall Jackson; Ricky Skaggs, Stu Phillips, Billy Walker, The Whites.

Saturday First show: 6.3045 Jimmy Dickens, Skeeter Davis; Grandpa Jones, Bill Carlisle; 7-730 Porter Wagoner, Oswald Charlie, Jimmy C. Newman, Jeanne Pruett; Lorrie Morgan, Anita Cochran, Jan Howard, Tammy Wynette; Bill Anderson, Wilma Lee Cooper, Charlie Louvin, The Whites, Melvin Sloan Dancers, Opry Square Dance Band; 830-9 Mike Snider, Jack Greene, Connie Smith, The 4 Guys. Del Reeves. Second Show: Porter Wagoner, Tammy Wynette, Lorrie Morgan; Jimmy Dickens, Jimmy C. Newman; Grandpa Jones, Jean Shepard; Bill Anderson, Tammy Graham; Mike Snider, Jeanne Pruett, Melvin Sloan Dancers, Opry Square Dance Band; 11-1130 Del Reeves, Billy Walker, The 4 Guys, Stonewall Jackson, George Hamilton IV; Johnny Russell, Charlie Walker, Connie Smith, Ray Pillow, Stu Phillips.

The Grand Ole Opry schedule is subject to change. Tickets for shows are $17 for the main floor and lower balcony, $15 for the upper bal- cony. Mil prices are pius tax. Reservations are available by calling toe Grand Ole Opry ticket office at (615)889-6611. The p.m.

portion of Satur- i day's show is I telecast live on The Nashville I Network. WSM-AM (650) broad-i casts the program from 6:30 p.m.-mid- night Fridays and Saturdays. Hosts of ot mvv oTyf i ici no ai i bold type. 329-3666. Low Places Cafe: 115 Walton ferjy2 Road, Hendersonville.

826-8959. Maggie Magee's: 41 9 Braodway. 256XJ249. Mere Bulles: 152 Second Ave. 256-1946.

Music City Cafe: 5751 Old Hickory Boulevard. 872-0013. Opryland Hotel: 2800 Oprylar Dri- ve. 889-1000. i Radio Cafe: 1313 Woodland St 262-J 1766.

'-t Shooter's Sports Lounge: 5851 Old Hickory Boulevard, Hermitage. 872 9128. 16th Ave. Cafe: 118 16th Ave. in 1 Wax Museum Mall.

242-1616. I Splffy's Restaurant Lounge: I-24 A t-larrlinn PIqpa armcc frnm Mnntons I 'v i Windows on the Cumberland: 112 Second Ave. 251-0097. Bluegrass The Bluegrass Inn: 418 Broadway. 726-2799.

The Station Inn: 402 12th Ave. S. 255-3307. AcousticFoSk Bluebird Cafe: 4104 Hillsboro Pike. 383-1461.

Bongo After Hours: 2007 Belmont Blvd. 385-0575. Zanies Cafe: 2025 Eighth Ave. S. 269-0221.

Various Bell Buckle Cafe Music Parlour: on the square, Bell Buckle, Tenn. 389-9693. Bell Cove Club: 1 51 Sunset Drive, Hendersonville. 822-7074. Bunganut Pig (Franklin): 1143 Columbia Franklin.

794-4777. Bunganut Pig (Murfreesboro): 1602 W. Northfield, Georgetown Park, Murfreesboro. 893-7860 Conrads, Holiday Inn: Exit 78B at I-24, Murfreesboro. 896-2420.

Courtyard Cafe: 867 Bell Road, Anti-och. 731-7228. Douglas Comer Cafe: 2106 A Eighth Ave. S. Geckos Beach Club: 579 Stewart Ferry.

871-9500. Greenland's Pub: 3765-B Nolensville Road. 333-7484. Henry's Coffeehouse: 31 8 Broadway. 742-6343.

Hermitage Crossing Sports Lounge: 4700 Old Hickory Boulevard, Hermitage. 885-3183. Hurricane Cafe: 11400 Lebanon Road, Mt Juliet 773-1889. Jack's Guitar Ban 2185 htotysville Road. 726-3855.

Jammln' Java: 117-8 Fifth Ave. Tootsle'8 Orchid Lounge: 422 Broadway. 726-0463. Wildhorse Saloon: 1 20 Second Ave. N.

251-1000. Progressive Ace of Clubs: 114 Second Ave. S. 254-ACES. The Cannery: 1 Cannery Row.

251-0979. ExitIn: 2208 Elliston Place. 321-4400. Lucy's Record Shop: 1707 Church St. 321-0882.

Music City Mix Factory: 300 Second Ave. S. 251-8899. Springwater 115 27th Ave. N.

320- 0345. 328 Performance Hall: 328 Fourth Ave. S. 259-3288. Victor Victoria's: 113 Eighth Ave.

N. 244-7256. The Bat Bar 207 Broadway. 244-8173. Bennett's Comer 108 Fourth Ave.

S. (above Choices), Franklin. 791-0001. Boardwalk Cafe: 4114 Nolensville Road. 832-5104.

Bourbon Street Blues Boogie Bar 220 Printers Alley. 242-5837. Corky's Bar-B-Que: 116 John R. Rice Blvd. 890-1742, Murfreesboro.

F. Scotts: 2210 Crestmoor. 269-5861 Hermitage Suite Hotel: 231 Sixth Ave. N. 244-3121.

Maxwell's Lounge: Regal Maxwell House Hotel, 2025 Metrocenter Boulevard. 758-5721, hotline: 641-0705. Music City Cafe: 5751 Old Hickory Boulevard, Hermitage. 872-0013. Rivalry's Sports Bar 1038 Murfreesboro Pike.

361-5266. The Sutler 2608 Franklin Road. 297-9195. 3rd Undsley Bar and Grill: 818 Third Ave. S.

259-9891. 331-7173. The Spike Crown Coffee 116 Public Square, Clarksville. 905 2 1717. v.jy; The Stardust Theater 2416 Music Valley Drive.

889-2992. The Sutler 2608 Franklin Road. 9195. Tillle Lucy's Pub: 4957 LeoanpV Road, Hermitage. 292-2352.

H.Vj" Tony's Lakehouse Grille: 476 WesT Main, Hendersonville. 826-41 01 Tracers II Sports Bar, Grill Danes Club: 957 Carthage Highway, 443-4010. 12th Porter Playroom: 114 12th Ave. N. 254-7236.

yv jr Tammy Wynette Comedy J-j Zanies Comedy Showpiace: Z)2ST Eighth Ave. S. 269-0221..

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