NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — A judge has decided in favor of Outback Concerts in their lawsuit contending that the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts owes the promoter almost $60,000 over an April 11 concert by blues legend Etta James.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Outback Concerts filed the lawsuit back in may, contending that they had an oral agreement to rent the PAC. Outback asserted that the agreement stipulated that they would pay for concert-related expenses and in return, the PAC would give the Outback receipts from the box office.
Outback Concerts claims to have never gotten this money and says that the PAC spent it on paying off third party creditors.
Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts did not respond to the suit but the halls prexy Vince Paul told the Free Press: "If a judge tells me to pay, then I will." – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers