SCHEDULE

 


APPEARANCE SCHEDULE


Tickets for all Badgett Playhouse shows listed below – 1-888-362-4223, or Website: http://www.badgettplayhouse.com 

 


July 2 – “OUTLAWS OF COUNTRY MUSIC” Request Show, Badgett Playhouse, 7 pm


July 8  – “TRIBUTE TO NEIL DIAMOND”, Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY, 7 pm

TMJ sings an entire 2 hours of Neil Diamond music


July 9 – “ELVIS ALL-REQUEST SHOW”, Badgett Playhouse, 7 pm


July 10 & 24, “The SOUTHERN GOSPEL SHOW”, both dates at 2 pm, Badgett Playhouse


July 15 – “The 70’s SHOW!”, Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY, 7 pm


July 16 – “Super ’60’s Show” 2 pm / “Awesome ’80’s Show” 7 pm, Badgett Playhouse

                                               


July 23 – “Elvis Gospel Show” 2 pm / “Sounds of Memphis Show” 7 pm, Badgett Playhouse

                                                 


AUG 6 – “BEATLES ALL-REQUEST SHOW” – Badgett Playhouse, Grand Rivers, KY, 7 pm


“ALL THE KING’S MEN” – Saturday, AUG 13, 7:00 pm

Soundstage at Graceland, Elvis Presley’s Memphis.
Individual Tickets: $87, $75, $65, $55

https://www.graceland.com/elvis-week-schedule-of-events
Celebrate those who shared the studio and stage with the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll in a jam session that will feature storytelling and live music, all honoring the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Hosted by singer and musicians Terry Mike Jeffrey and Andy Childs, hear stories from TCB Band members James Burton (guitar) and Glen Hardin (piano); Norbert Putnam & Jerry Scheff (bass); and Gene Chrisman (drums) – and enjoy the music of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll as they share their favorite songs from the time they spent with Elvis. The show will also feature a tribute to TCB Band drummer Ronnie Tutt. More guests to be announced soon!


 
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

Colorado:  Denver

New Jersey: Atlantic City

Hawaii: Honolulu

ArizonaPhoenix

Michigan: Detroit

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

Washington, DC

INTERNATIONAL CITIES:

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

Italy:  Milan

Germany:  Bad Nauheim, Hamburg, Soest

Sweden:  Stockholm, Jenkoping

Switzerland:  Geneva

Russia:  St. Petersburg

Denmark:  Copenhagen

OCEAN CRUISING: 

Hawaiian Islands;  Cozumel, Mexico;  Cancun, Mexico;  Nassau, Bahamas; Virgin Islands; Alaska; British Columbia; Canada; Denmark; Germany; Sweden; Russia


Poetry……by Debbie Jeffrey
“THROUGH A MOTHER’S EYES”

Warm wooly blankets, some pink and some blue, drool on chins and on Mommy, too.  Spoons full of pablum decorating the floor, alarms set to go off at ten, two and four,

Midnight rockings and the crack of dawn, sleepytime eyes and half hidden yawns, Four teeth in the front, two bottom, two top.  A belly so full you would think it might pop.

Tricycles, puppy dogs, roller skates, balls, bicycles, kitty cats, and boxes and dolls.  Chocolatey fingers and a jelly smeared face, tiny hands clasped and heads bowed to say grace.

Frogs in the bathtub and bugs in a jar, marchmallows and bubble gum squished in the car.  Skinned knees and brused elbows, hearts broken in two, small arms that reach out for no one but you.

Notebooks and pencils, report cards and smiles, earrings and tight jeans and telephone dials.  Car keys in duplicates, class rings and friends, mini-skirts, long hair and unnerving trends.

A cap and a gown and a kiss on the cheek, a suitcase, a college, an “I’ll see you next week”.  A husband, a wife, a woman, a man, a tiny new baby.  Life starts over again!

 

 

 

Debbie has spent the past 47 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.


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