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Jazz singer Diana Krall will perform at the Orpheum tonight, a stop on her “Turn Up The Quiet” world tour in support of her new album. Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. Tickets are $62.50-$118.

If you love the Memphis Grizzlies and are a good writer, there might be a gig for you. SbNation’s Memphis media outlet, Grizzly Bear Blues, is hiring. They are hiring for two paid positions, an Associate Editor and a Senior Staff Writer. They are also looking for one or two unpaid writers who will hold the title of Staff Writer, and who contribute as their schedule permits and as inspiration gets a hold of them. This is an organization that believes in development. For example, Kevin Lipe who writes about the Grizzlies for the Memphis Flyer was once a GBB writer.

The Center for Southern Folklore will have live music tonight 8-11. They’ll have Brazilian tunes as well as American jazz and rock from Claudia Valentin and Leroy Clark.

Good news for three Memphis Hustle players: They’ve been invited to NBA Summer League. Marquis Teague will play for the Toronto Raptors, Omari Johnson will play for the Golden State Warriors, and Chance Comanche will play for the Orlando Magic.

For those of you going to tonight’s Widespread Panic show on Mud Island, there will be an after-party at the New Daisy at 11.  Zoogma and Agori Tribe will play.

Lyrics at the Lorraine: The Power of Words happens tonight at 6 at the National Civil Rights Museum. All are welcome but this event is recommended for a mature audience. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

World Cup time!!! You know what that means! …It means absolutely nothing, because I don’t care about the World Cup. I’ll be doing south loop today: Farmers Market, Earnestine & Hazel’s, an undetermined next spot, and then a 2018 debriefing with the other leaders of the BBQ team. Tonight could get interesting. Back tomorrow or Monday with more news.