Sue’s Rockin’ Contribution to the Moonshine Ball
Sue has always admired the way Memphians embrace and glorify the artistic culture of the city. Whether you’re an artist, musician or anything in between, Memphis celebrates you and appreciates the creativity you bring to the city. That’s why she has chosen to participate in the Ol’ Man River Moonshine Ball on Friday, Sept. 16, at the Gibson Guitar Factory – an event put on by the Memphis Charitable Foundation and honoring all the great things happening in Memphis.
As the organization’s 20-year-old annual Blues Ball has “left the building,” the Moonshine Ball has taken over to celebrate Memphis’ rich musical and artistic history. Sue, along with other Memphis artists, showed their support by painting Gibson guitars. Sue’s colorful creation, “Don’t Be Blue,” will be on display with several others during the event.
The event will be a night filled with Memphis music, dinner on Gibson Guitar Factory’s Terrace in the Sky, an auction with many one-of-a-kind items and all proceeds benefiting the work of Memphis Charitable Foundation.
Sue is excited to celebrate Memphis musicians and artists, while supporting a great cause at the same time. If you’re interested in purchasing “Don’t Be Blue,” it will be up for auction during the event, and you can buy tickets here. She hopes to see you there!