Wed May 19 2021

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Lafayette's Music Room - Memphis

2119 Madison Avenue Memphis, TN 38104

Ages 21+

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Doors open at 6 pm. Join us for dinner and drinks. Add Four-Course Prix Fixe Dinner for One $59 / Dinner for Two $112 (Tax & Gratuity Included). See the options below.

APPETIZER to share 
Roasted Stuffed Mushrooms
Roasted herb tomatoes, smoked Gouda cheese *Vegetarian
Hot Baked Crab Dip 
Cream cheese, bay seasoning, cornbread topping, crostini 
Melon Ceviche
Light and refreshing melon, jumbo lump crabmeat, and shrimp marinated in lime juice *Gluten Free
Glazed Lamb Lollipops
Grilled lamb rack drizzled with rosemary sauce, olive & tomato tapenade, sliced baguette 

SOUP OR SALAD  choice of
Choice of Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo (cup)
Red Beans and Rice (cup)
Side House Salad With dressing of choice 


ENTREE choice of 
Boneless Braised Short Ribs
Sour cream mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, burgundy mushroom pan sauce
Paneed Chicken 
Lightly battered chicken breast, lemon caper butter, grape tomatoes, mushrooms, linguine
Blackened Redfish
Served over slow-cooked N'awlins style red beans and rice with roasted tomatoes *Gluten Free
Midtown Mac-N-Cheese 
Rotini pasta tossed in rich white cheddar sauce, with cornbread topping and blackened chicken 

DESSERT choice of 
Chocolate Cake
Turtle Cheesecake

Premium Bottle Service - Veuve Clicquot $148
Bottle Service - Mumm Napa Brut Champagne $47
Bottle Service - Mezzacorona Pinot Grigio $47
Bottle Service - Chateau Ste. Michelle,
Canoe Ridge Estate Merlot $47

*General Admission seats are first-come, first-serve.
**VIP - Premier stage front seating. Seating is first-come, first-serve.


***We are practicing social distancing guidelines and masks are required when not eating or drinking.
****All Sales are final. No refunds and or exchanges.

 

Charley Crockett with Jesse Daniel

  • Sorry, this show is sold out.
  • Charley Crockett

    Charley Crockett

    Americana

    Growing up with a single mother in San Benito, Texas, the hometown of Tejano star Freddy Fender was not easy for blues singer Charley Crockett. Hitchhiking across the country exposed Crockett to the street life at a young age, following in the footsteps of his relative, American folk hero Davy Crockett, who also lived a wild life on the American frontier. After train hopping across the country, singing on the streets for change in New Orleans’ French Quarter, busking in New York City and performing across Texas and Northern California, Crockett set off to travel the world and lived on the streets of Paris for nearly a year before searching for home in Spain, Morocco, and Northern Africa.

    The blues artist returned home to Texas and released his debut solo album titled A Stolen Jewel.

    in 2015, receiving critical acclaim in Dallas and ultimately landing him a Dallas Observer Music Award that year for “Best Blues Act”. A record “rich with Southern flavor, a musical gumbo of Delta blues, honky-tonk, gospel and Cajun jazz,” Jewel proved that Crockett, born into poverty in the Rio Grande, had come home to make his musical mark on the South. Crockett, who is self-described as elusive, rebellious and self-taught, has been compared to legends like Bill Withers, Merle Haggard, and Gary Clark Jr.

    He released his sophomore record In The Night, an admirable nod to his Texas country and Louisiana blues roots, on June 4 and ended 2016 having played over 125 shows. “In the Night” and Crockett’s song “I Am Not Afraid” received international recognition from top tastemakers after being picked by NPR Music as one of the "Top 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing” and selected by David Dye to be featured on World Cafe in late July. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram called it “an impressive calling card, full of Crockett's plaintive soulfulness and swinging tempos" and Central Track noted the artist as having "the well-rounded songwriting capabilities of Van Morrison and a vocal approach that finds common ground between Bill Withers and early Dr. John." Crockett graced the cover of Buddy Magazine in May 2016, who called him “the archetype of the new American vagabond.”

    He has shared the stage with artists like Turnpike Troubadours, Leon Bridges, Justin Townes Earle, Citizen Cope, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely, Sean Hayes, Tab Benoit, Ace Enders and others.

Charley Crockett with Jesse Daniel

Wed May 19 2021 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Lafayette's Music Room - Memphis Memphis TN
Charley Crockett with Jesse Daniel
  • Sorry, this show is sold out.

Ages 21+

Doors open at 6 pm. Join us for dinner and drinks. Add Four-Course Prix Fixe Dinner for One $59 / Dinner for Two $112 (Tax & Gratuity Included). See the options below.

APPETIZER to share 
Roasted Stuffed Mushrooms
Roasted herb tomatoes, smoked Gouda cheese *Vegetarian
Hot Baked Crab Dip 
Cream cheese, bay seasoning, cornbread topping, crostini 
Melon Ceviche
Light and refreshing melon, jumbo lump crabmeat, and shrimp marinated in lime juice *Gluten Free
Glazed Lamb Lollipops
Grilled lamb rack drizzled with rosemary sauce, olive & tomato tapenade, sliced baguette 

SOUP OR SALAD  choice of
Choice of Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo (cup)
Red Beans and Rice (cup)
Side House Salad With dressing of choice 


ENTREE choice of 
Boneless Braised Short Ribs
Sour cream mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, burgundy mushroom pan sauce
Paneed Chicken 
Lightly battered chicken breast, lemon caper butter, grape tomatoes, mushrooms, linguine
Blackened Redfish
Served over slow-cooked N'awlins style red beans and rice with roasted tomatoes *Gluten Free
Midtown Mac-N-Cheese 
Rotini pasta tossed in rich white cheddar sauce, with cornbread topping and blackened chicken 

DESSERT choice of 
Chocolate Cake
Turtle Cheesecake

Premium Bottle Service - Veuve Clicquot $148
Bottle Service - Mumm Napa Brut Champagne $47
Bottle Service - Mezzacorona Pinot Grigio $47
Bottle Service - Chateau Ste. Michelle,
Canoe Ridge Estate Merlot $47

*General Admission seats are first-come, first-serve.
**VIP - Premier stage front seating. Seating is first-come, first-serve.


***We are practicing social distancing guidelines and masks are required when not eating or drinking.
****All Sales are final. No refunds and or exchanges.

 
Charley Crockett

Charley Crockett

Americana

Growing up with a single mother in San Benito, Texas, the hometown of Tejano star Freddy Fender was not easy for blues singer Charley Crockett. Hitchhiking across the country exposed Crockett to the street life at a young age, following in the footsteps of his relative, American folk hero Davy Crockett, who also lived a wild life on the American frontier. After train hopping across the country, singing on the streets for change in New Orleans’ French Quarter, busking in New York City and performing across Texas and Northern California, Crockett set off to travel the world and lived on the streets of Paris for nearly a year before searching for home in Spain, Morocco, and Northern Africa.

The blues artist returned home to Texas and released his debut solo album titled A Stolen Jewel.

in 2015, receiving critical acclaim in Dallas and ultimately landing him a Dallas Observer Music Award that year for “Best Blues Act”. A record “rich with Southern flavor, a musical gumbo of Delta blues, honky-tonk, gospel and Cajun jazz,” Jewel proved that Crockett, born into poverty in the Rio Grande, had come home to make his musical mark on the South. Crockett, who is self-described as elusive, rebellious and self-taught, has been compared to legends like Bill Withers, Merle Haggard, and Gary Clark Jr.

He released his sophomore record In The Night, an admirable nod to his Texas country and Louisiana blues roots, on June 4 and ended 2016 having played over 125 shows. “In the Night” and Crockett’s song “I Am Not Afraid” received international recognition from top tastemakers after being picked by NPR Music as one of the "Top 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing” and selected by David Dye to be featured on World Cafe in late July. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram called it “an impressive calling card, full of Crockett's plaintive soulfulness and swinging tempos" and Central Track noted the artist as having "the well-rounded songwriting capabilities of Van Morrison and a vocal approach that finds common ground between Bill Withers and early Dr. John." Crockett graced the cover of Buddy Magazine in May 2016, who called him “the archetype of the new American vagabond.”

He has shared the stage with artists like Turnpike Troubadours, Leon Bridges, Justin Townes Earle, Citizen Cope, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely, Sean Hayes, Tab Benoit, Ace Enders and others.