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Friday, November 14, 2008

Friday To-Do: Anne Pressly Benefit

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ANNE PRESSLY BENEFIT
7 p.m., the Grand Ballroom of the Peabody. $25.

In memory of Anne Pressly, local promoter Butch Stone presents a night of entertainment of all stripes. All proceeds will be donated according charities selected by Pressly's parents. The headliners include local cover band CRISIS, blue-eyed soul man Big John Miller, rising talent Cara Martin and the gospel act Glory Land Mass Choir. Randall Eller the Magician, Kassi Kimmons, Sherry Haywood, Kasi Lunsford, Barrett Baber and Heather Bennett are also on the bill. A number of local radio personalities, including Tom Wood, Jeff Allen, Heather and DC, will also be on hand; most will be broadcasting live. Admission includes two free drink tickets at door.

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