Tune In And Give Back For Get Live! Memphis: Virtual Music Festival
Support Memphis’ local music community from around the world this weekend at the Give Live! Memphis Virtual Music Festival. The event features a total of eight artists performing from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Friday, March 27th and 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. Saturday, March 28th.
The festival will be held via a Facebook event, co-hosted by Memphis Tourism and I Love Memphis.
Here is where to donate to the fund: http://getlivememphis.com/give.
Keep reading for music samples for each of Get Live! Memphis’ artists.
This is how you tune in:
1. Go to this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/169826943990708/
2. Click “Going”
3. Congrats! You have RSVPed.
4. At 8 p.m., get on Facebook and go to this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/169826943990708/
5. Look for pop-up notifications and/or go to the “Discussion” tab.
6. You should see the live video. Enjoy the music!
7. Go to getlivememphis.com/give and make a donation!
8. Leave a comment! Once that artist’s set is complete, they will instruct you to refresh your page.
9. Repeat through the artist’s sets.
Here’s the lineup for Friday and Saturday:
Friday, March 27th, 8PM- 10PM
9:00: Louise Page
9:30: Southern Avenue
Saturday, March 28th, 8PM- 10PM
8:00: Brandon Kinder of The Wealthy West
8:30: Doll McCoy & Derek Brassel
9:00: Cameron Bethany
9:30: Ben Nichols of Lucero
Don’t forget, the event doesn’t work if we don’t donate, so be sure to pop over to getlivememphis.com/give
Who’s Performing For Get Live! Memphis Virtual Music Festival?
8 p.m. – D’Monet
Memphis bred vocalist, songwriter, and arranger D’Monet seeks to uplift and inspire audiences across the Mid-South through her sound which she calls “alkaline music” or music that heals.
8:30 p.m. – IMAKEMADBEATS
James Duke, more popularly known as IMAKEMADBEATS, has not only used his immense talents and experience to put his own spin on the Memphis hip hop legacy but also developed Unapologetic alongside other players in the local hip hop community.
9 p.m. – Louise Page
Louise Page’s unique combination of poetic lyrics, intriguing vocal, and an eclectic classically trained band not only captivates her listeners but also comes together to create what she’s self-coined as a “gender-bending musical chamber punk experience.”
9:30 p.m. – Southern Avenue
Drawing inspiration from the South’s iconic soul legacy, Grammy-nominated band Southern Avenue has shared their effortless soul, blues, and R&B sound with listeners and audiences from across the globe.
8 p.m. – Brandon Kinder of The Wealthy West
Drawing inspiration from legendary troubadours of the 60’s, Brandon Kinder uses a gritty, yet delicate sound to create music that brings a spectrum of emotions to the surface.
8:30 p.m. – Doll McCoy & Derek Brassel
Singer Stephani “Doll” McCoy of the quartet Adajyo and multi-instrumentalist Derek Brassel of the group Black Cream come together to create a powerful mashup of gospel, soul, funk, and R&B.
9 p.m. – Cameron Bethany
Cameron Bethany’s deep love and passion for music are key elements in his own individualistic and freeing sound that combines melodic harmonies and a myriad of instruments.
9:30 p.m. – Ben Nichols of Lucero
Frontman of locally loved band Lucero, Ben Nichols takes everything from a gritty, smoky approach to a strip-down, acoustic style in his music deep-rooted in Southern sound.