Tag: REO Speedwagon

See REO Speedwagon at Live at the Gardens

concertSome musicians have it and lose it, while others start rock-n-rolling but never stop. Count REO Speedwagon among the latter. They hit the scene 40 years ago and started churning out hit after hit, including “Keep on Lovin’ You” and “Can’t Fight This Feeling.” After all was said and done, they would have thirteen Top 40 hits. They have sold over 40 million records to date.

Luckily for us, they haven’t thrown in the towel yet. In fact, you can catch REO Speedwagon at Live at the Garden on August 25th. Show starts at 8:00pm.

The Live at the Garden concert series has been inviting top-notch musical acts to Memphis since 2001. Everyone from Al Green to Diana Ross to Duran Duran to Sheryl Crow has graced the stage. Nowhere else can you find such great music in such a beautiful venue as the Memphis Botanical Gardens.

Can’t fight this Feeling? You don’t have to. Go and see REO Speedwagon at Live at the Gardens!




3 Can’t-Miss Acts at the Live at the Garden Summer Concert Series

concert seriesIf there are two things that encompass the spirit of summer, they would be nature and music. Memphis is a city that has an abundance of both! The best place to experience the natural beauty and music of the city is at the Live at the Garden Summer Concert Series. Every year, the series brings together some of the most talented acts in the music industry. You are not going to want to miss these three entertaining acts at the Live at the Garden Summer Concert Series!

Billy Currington (July 29)

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a performer who is more spirited or friendly than Billy Currington. This Georgia native has been producing some of the most energetic country songs of the last decade!

REO Speedwagon (August 25)

It’s going to be hard to fight the feeling of purchasing a ticket to see this classic rock band live in concert! Don’t miss this chance before they take their act on the run.

Sheryl Crow (September 23)

When you think summer music, Sheryl Crow probably comes to mind. So who better to round out the Live at the Garden Summer Concert Series this year than her with all of her feel-good tunes?