The next WFPK Winter Wednesday will be December 18th! This free series takes place once a month and runs through February at the Clifton Center.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. WFPK and Clifton Center members will receive preferred seating. More info is available for directions and everything else you need to enjoy WFPK Winter Wednesday.
WFPK continues our long-time partnership with Yum! Brands Foundation to raise awareness for Dare to Care Food Bank. Please bring a canned good or other non-perishable item to be collected at the door!
Tony Joe White (approx. 8:30 pm)
Gems like “Polk Salad Annie” and “Rainy Night in Georgia” were just the beginning, as Tony Joe White proceeded to write, record, and perform regularly through the present day, finding great success both at home and abroad. Through the years, his songs have been recorded by everyone from Tina Turner to Elvis Presley to Dusty Springfield. He joins us for Winter Wednesday to celebrate his new release, Hoodoo!
Whether as a string arranger, co-songwriter, producer, or multi-instrumentalist, k.s. Rhoads has come to be regarded as one of the most creative minds in all of Music City. For the past few years, when Rhoads wasn't working on other artist's projects, he's been meticulously crafting new songs in his pursuit of a bolder, more explosive sound. His new release, The Wilderness, is a brave exploration of k.s. Rhoads’ rare and expansive musical ideas.
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