Little Ditty ‘Bout Jack And Diane


MURFREESBORO, TN (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — After a successful 2-year run at the Maple Street Grille in the historic downtown Murfreesboro square, Jack and Diane’s Music Circle South will now be presenting their weekly show at The Center For The Arts just off the square in Murfreesboro, TN.

The Opening Night will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Wednesday, March 17th from 7:30-9:00pm.

This kickoff concert will feature show favorites Shannon Cain (Indie Recording Artist), and also Ricky Ray Rector (best known for his commercial success with Stand Up…Identify recorded by Mel McDaniel, Darlene recorded by T. Graham Brown and also Good Day For The Blues recorded by the legendary Ruth Brown).

Some of the new features of the show will include presenting the show in the main auditorium Theatre, new lighting, upgraded acoustics, a meet and greet with the artists, a light gourmet buffet provided by Maple Street Grille (which will be included in ticket price) and a cash bar offering wine, beer and mixed drinks.

Jack & Diane, founders of “Music in the Boro”, have changed the name, but certainly not the quality as they move to The Center’s stage in the main theater. They excel at delivering original music in an intimate setting. All songwriters that join Jack & Diane are by “Invitation Only” and are at the Pro-Level of their craft. No exceptions are made, in an effort to ensure a consistent, high-quality show every time.

Murfreesboro residents and visitors have enjoyed the alternative the show offers, mid-week, when considering an evening on the town. The show tends to attract an elite group of music enthusiasts who have an appreciation for Arts and Culture. The beautiful amenities and surroundings of The Center For The Arts will only enhance that experience every Wednesday evening.

Said Diane, “For us, the show is all about inviting listeners into our personal music circle; where everyone experiences a special and unforgettable evening. We are blessed to call some of the best hit makers in Nashville ‘friends’. We want people to laugh with us, share in their stories and enjoy the music, just as if we were all hanging out in our living room at home.”

–by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers