Her style is acoustic folk with soul. Her influences include, but are not limited to, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Lauryn Hill, India Arie, Ed Sheeran, and John Legend.
Bridging Souls Productions is a company of performance artist united together to share their love for dance and other performance arts media in the surrounding community of the mid-south through dance education and theatrical performance.
See what's happing at the 2015 Pride Parade & Festival. With Featured Entertainers & Special Guests, Grand Marshals, Featured Parade Judges, Great Food, Festival Vendors, and more!
Tori WhoDat comes to us from the heart of New Orleans and streets of Memphis to help enlighten the youth while offering a sanctuary from social stigmas through her infectious beats and unique sound.
Blackberry Wednesday is made up of 3 Memphis music veterans. Frontman and keys player Rod Henson has been playing and writing music in Memphis for the last 10 years. Lucien Croy ,guitar player and the bands bass player has also been performing regionally for the same. The bands drummer David wade has toured and played all across the United States. The band is currently promoting their 3rd studio album "playin for pennies" it's kinda a cross between Ok go and Guns and Roses with a bluesy Memphis rock twist.
If you're looking for entertainment, humor and a reliable performer that is professional, look no further than Thomas Prunier.
The rainbow flag, commonly the gay pride flag and LGBT pride flag, is a symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) pride and LGBT social movements. (Other uses of rainbow flags include a symbol of peace.) The colors reflect the diversity of the LGBT community, and the flag is often used as a symbol of gay pride in LGBT rights marches. It originated in Northern California, but is now used worldwide.
Your kind donation to Mid-South Pride will directly impact the lives of the Mid-South LGBT community. The generous spirit and support by individuals & socially responsible organizations, allow us to continue producing events to inspire and strengthen the LGBT community.
The ad features Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, a gay republican and military physician, who was unable to marry his boyfriend. WRCB, an NBC affiliate in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is refusing to run a commercial about marriage equality.
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