William Bell Tribute to Memphis Soul Revue at MSU Riley Center

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 7:30 pm

With the Take Me to the River tour (also spotlighting bluesman Bobby Rush and songwriter-singer Don Bryant), William Bell is bringing back the Memphis music scene he helped create. In the 1960s, Bell worked for the legendary Stax Records in his hometown of Memphis, writing such classics as "You Don’t Miss Your Water" and "Born Under a Bad Sign." His own hit recordings include "Any Other Way," "Everybody Loves a Winner" and "Tryin' to Love Two." He still commands a stage and sings straight from the soul. Last year, his latest album This Is Where I Live won a Grammy Award. Season tickets go on sale to new buyers on Monday, March 5. “Build Your Own” mini season ticket packages of three or more shows become available starting the following Monday, March 12. The on-sale date for individual tickets is Monday, March 19. Tickets may be purchased online, by phone or in person at the MSU Riley Center Box Office. Click the "Link" below for more information.

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