Tickets for all Badgett Playhouse shows listed below – 1-888-362-4223, or Website: http://www.badgettplayhouse.com
AUG 24 & SEP 7 – “THE AWESOME ’80’s SHOW” – Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY 7pm
SEP 14 – “DUELING PIANOS” Request Show, featuring TMJ with Scot Durham and Bill Minihan. A pre-sneak peek into what will later become the “PIANO MEN” show. Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY 7pm
AUG 30 – “SUPER ’60’s SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
AUG 31 – “THE ’70’s SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY 7pm
SEPT 19 & 26 – OCT 9 & 10 – “THE SOUNDS OF MEMPHIS”, Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm (Oct 10 @ 2pm)
SEPT 28 – “SOUTHERN GOSPEL SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
OCT 5 – “OUTLAWS OF COUNTRY MUSIC” Dinner and Request Show, Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
OCT 11 – “THE KID & THE KING” returns to the Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
OCT 12 – “BEATLES REQUEST SHOW” – Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY, 7 pm
OCT 19 – GLEN D. HARDIN returns! In concert with TMJ, Glen D will perform songs that he famously recorded and/or played live with stars such as John Denver, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, Kenny Rogers, and of course…..ELVIS! Their 3rd concert together at the Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY – by popular demand! 7 pm
OCT 25 – “SUPER ’60’s SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
OCT 26 – “THE AWESOME ’80’s SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
NOV 15 & DEC 20 – “THE KID & THE KING – Christmas Version” – Badgett Playhouse Theater, Grand Rivers, KY 7 pm
TMJ & BAND in concert w/the MEMPHIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
GRACELAND SOUND STAGE, MEMPHIS – JANUARY 10, 2020 – 7:30 pm
tickets/info – https://www.graceland.com/
Thursday, JANUARY 16 TMJ will perform a solo concert at the McCracken County Public Library for the kickoff event of their “EVENINGS UPSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT SERIES”, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, 2nd floor meeting room at the library, Paducah, KY www.mclib.net
TMJ – RIVERBOAT CRUISES – COMING SOON!
TMJ will perform multiple solo shows aboard the American Queen, American Duchess and Amercan Countess riverboats April thru September 2020. Specific dates TBA soon!
The Portland, Maine Symphony shows have been postponed
North Mississippi Symphony concert is pending
Did Terry Mike Jeffrey sing in your hometown?
In the USA:
Kentucky: Paducah, Louisville, Bowling Green, Murray, Mayfield, Benton, Draffenville, Grand Rivers, La Center, Henderson, Radcliff, Fulton, Ledbetter, Cadiz, Symsonia, Maysville, Wingo, Owensboro, Eddyville, Bandana, Smithland, Ft Campbell, Madisonville, Fancy Farm, Central City, Greenville
Tennessee: Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Paris, Jackson, Clarksville, Covington, Savannah, Puryear, Franklin, Crossville, Union City, Huntingdon
Mississippi: Jackson, Tunica, Biloxi, Como, Vicksburg, Meridian, Horn Lake, Oxford, Natchez, Cleveland, Ruleville, Tupelo, Greenville, Philadelphia, Lula, Olive Branch, Starkville
Missouri: St Louis, Joplin, Kansas City, Sikeston, Poplar Bluff, Springfield, Rolla, Hannibal, St Charles, Caruthersville, Ballwin, New Madrid, Cape Girardeau, Charleston, Kennett
Illinois: Chicago, Elgin, Metropolis, Rosiclaire, E. Cape Girardeau, Vienna, Anna, Carbondale, Herrin, West Frankfort, Cairo, Harrisburg, DuQuoin, Chester, Effingham, Muddy, Mounds, Murphysboro, Mt. Vernon, Johnson City, Collinsville, Matoon, Columbia, Muddy
Arkansas: Little Rock, Blytheville, Helena, West Memphis, Jonesboro, Pine Bluff, Newport
Texas: Dallas, Ft Worth, Arlington, Houston, Galveston, Grand Prairie
Indiana: Evansville, Indianapolis, Terre Haute
South Carolina: Florence
North Carolina: Raleigh, Charlotte, Flat Rock, Winston-Salem
Georgia: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Augusta
New York: New York City, Buffalo, Queens
Connecticut: New Haven, Hartford
California: Los Angeles, Sacremento, Hollywood, Costa Mesa, Santa Monica, El Toro
Florida: Jacksonville, Miami, Daytona Beach, Merrit Island, Cocoa Beach, Melbourne
Louisiana: New Orleans, Shreveport, Bossier City, Monroe, Baton Rouge
Ohio: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Stubenville, Portsmouth, Marietta
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh, Wilkes Barre
Kansas: Pittsburg, Baxter Springs, Galena
Alabama: Birmingham, Bessemer, Huntsville, Florence
Nebraska: Omaha, Kearney
New Jersey: Atlantic City
Iowa: Red Wing, Dubuke, Bettendorf, Davenport
Nevada: Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe
West Virginia: Wellsburg, Wheeling
Wisconsin: Milwaukee,Green Bay, Prairie Du Chein
Oklahoma: Tulsa, Seneca
Virginia: Blacksburg, Williamsburg
Canada: Vancouver, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa
Belgium: Antwerp, Turnhout, Knokke, Beverenn, Nivelles
Holland/Netherlands: Breda, Den Haag, Eindhoven, Rotterdam, Dordrecht
France: Paris, Evian, Marseilles, Sophia Antibes, Nice
England: Birmingham, Leicester, Taunton, Somerset
Norway: Oslo, Trondheim
Germany: Bad Nauheim, Hamburg, Soest
Sweden: Stockholm, Jenkoping
Russia: St. Petersburg
Hawaiian Islands; Cozumel, Mexico; Cancun, Mexico; Nassau, Bahamas; Virgin Islands; Alaska; British Columbia; Canada; Denmark; Germany; Sweden; Russia
Poetry……by Debbie Jeffrey
(A childhood poem)
Mornings in the mountains are words that can’t be said,
Prayers that can’t be prayed and thoughts that can’t be read.
A soft dew lays upon the ground and rushing brooks are falling.
Majestic pines stand looking down while whippoorwills are calling.
Blue skies overhead, showers like teardrops are shed.
Tender words are thought and said, beautiful poems are written and read.
God made the mountains especially for me,
I’m reminded of this through a simple tree.
I see things your eyes don’t see so God made the mountains just for me.
Debbie has spent the past 45 years as a mom and singing background vocals in TMJ’s bands. She’s been writing poetry since she was a small child. Her poems “Through A Mother’s Eyes”, “The Mirror”, “Mom”, and “If There Were No Tomorrow” have won state and national awards from Creative Arts and Science Enterprise and the Kentucky State Poetry Society. Her poetry has appeared in Berry & Associates Poetry Review; Quiet Times Report; Quiet Times Poetry Quarterly; and Paducah Life Magazine.