Ronny Elliott and Rebekah Pulley play First Congo July 7
Nancy Apple’s Song Slinger Showdown will feature Ronny Elliott and Rebekah Pulley July 7 at Theatre South, 1000 S. Cooper St. Doors open at 6 p.m., showtime is 6:30. The show is over at 9 p.m., and there is an after-show meet and greet at Young Avenue Deli.
The Song Slinger Showdown is a monthly series produced by Nancy Apple that features internationally and nationally respected troubadours as well as Memphis musicians who fall in those ranks.July showcases Ronny Elliott, highly respected among other songwriters. The same people who produced the Grammy-nominated tribute album on Peter Case are currently producing one on Ronny’s songs. His songs are about Memphis, music history, love, iconic figures in history, good and bad, and often against war. Bio at www.ronnyelliott.com.
Rebekah Pulley is someone you should know about. Her songs are potent shots of reality sugar coated in melodies that are the kind you wish you had found first. She writes songs about how nobody’s cool anymore, and when you hear her, you know exactly what she’s talking about. Bio atwww.rebekahpulley.com.
Tickets are $10 and are sold at the door. Seats can also be reserved by sending a message via the event’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/events/199553450196849.