Good morning. Are we all here and accounted for this Monday morning? It's tough, I know. Plus it's chilly (i.e. a good day to stay under the covers). But! We must move on! Here's how you can spend the day.
At noon, head over to the Tennessee Theatre for Might Musical Monday, during which the Mighty Wurlitzer organ will be played by Bill Snyder and Freddie Brabson. Rachel Brown and Sarah Dockery will sing. The concessions will be open! And the best part? It's free to attend!
The All Over the Page Book Club will meet this evening at 6:30 at Lawson McGhee Library to talk about this month's book, Making Toast by Roger Rosenblatt. Go check it out! It's free to attend,
Multi-award-winning novelist Jess Walter (Beautiful Ruins, The Financial Lives of Poets) will make the trek south from Spokane, Wash., to talk about his work and read from his new collection of short stories We Live in Water as part of UT's Writers in the Library series. The event starts at 7 p.m. in Hodges Library, and it's free to attend.
Atlanta quartet Nashville Pussy will bring their rowdy brand of rock 'n' roll to the Well at 8 p.m. with Jayke Orvis and the Broken Band, and Wampus Cat. Tickets are $12-$15. Buy them here. 21+ only.
Week of Wonders, a "tropical punk" outfit from the Pacific Northwest, will make a pit stop at the Groundswell Collective at 10 p.m. It's free to attend!