Spend a cool October Sunday afternoon listening to hot music, drinking cold Bloody Marys and enjoying a delicious brunch in a sophisticated downtown venue - all in the name of a great cause. Our 6th Annual Benefit Concert Brunch will feature rising star Rachel Maxann. As a singer-songwriter, Rachel describes her style as Vintage Indie Rock and Post-Modern Folklore. In the same show, you'll hear blues and country influences, rock and pop and maybe even some musical theater. We are excited to announce that Rachel will be accompanied by local fiddler extraordinaire Alice Hasen.

This fun and instructive day camp takes place outdoors on the spacious grounds of Aisling Farm, 30 minutes outside Memphis. The main focus of the day will be to introduce young fiddle players to new songs, get a fresh take on old favorites and build a community of fiddlers and their families. Each participant will have the chance to work closely with professional fiddler Alice Hasen in a group learning environment. Workshops on tunes, style and form are complemented with professional-led jam sessions. Fiddlers will finish out the camp with a low-pressure jam with a backing band. Friends and family are invited to enjoy the jam.

To find out more and register, visit alicehasen.com/alice-hasen-fiddle-camp.

Experience an intimate acoustic show by Alice Hasen with guitarist Walt Busby and drummer Jesse Williams. Central Station Hotel "Live at the Tracks" series takes place literally next to the Amtrak Memphis stop, giving beautiful views of the downtown Memphis panorama and sunset. Grab a drink at the historic Central Station Hotel bar before the show. Free and open to the public.

Alice and Walt play originals and covers, accompanied by Jesse Williams on drums. Come hungry to this catered lunch hour, set in the old convent courtyard where the "Man of Constant Sorrow" scene from the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" was filmed! Classics in the Courtyard is brought to you by the Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation.