Folk All Y'all: An Evening with Crys Matthews
Already being hailed as the next Woody Guthrie, DC resident Crys Matthews is among the brightest stars of the new generation of social justice music-makers. A powerful lyricist whose songs of compassionate dissent reflect her lived experience as what she lightheartedly calls "the poster-child for intersectionality," Justin Hiltner of Bluegrass Situation called Matthewss gift "a reminder of what beauty can occur when we bridge those divides." A former drum major and classically-trained clarinetist turned folk singer, Matthews is using her voice to answer Dr. Martin Luther King's call to be "a drum major for justice." Crys Matthews's thoughtful, realistic and emotional songs speak to the voice of our generation and remind us why music indeed soothes the soul.
Minimum ticket price is $20 but you can name-your-own price above that if you're feeling it. 100% of ticket revenue goes to our artists (you can see where any fees go in the check-out breakdown). Yep, all of it. Folk All Y'all is volunteer-run and subscriber-supported. Shows are presented in partnership with Crosstown Arts at The Green Room in Crosstown Concourse.
We currently require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test from the previous 48 hours to attend shows. Masks are worn by all guests. These requirements may change but your purchase indicates acceptance of this or any necessary health policy.
About The Green Room: Operated by Crosstown Arts, The Green Room is committed to providing the best possible environment for the two most important components of a musical performance: the artists' work and the audience's listening experience.
About Folk All Y'all: Intimate, attentive performances by exceptional singer-songwriters, proudly presented in Memphis, Folk All Y'all is a public listening room series dedicated to providing artists and audiences with unforgettable music experiences.
Folk All Y'all (View)
1350 Concourse Ave. #280
Memphis, TN 38104
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
Building and performance space are ADA-compliant