April 8

Citizen Cope: A Benefit Concert for Memphis Tilth

Memphis Tilth invites you to the Clayborn Temple on April 8th for a special performance by Citizen Cope. Concert proceeds benefit local nonprofit, Memphis Tilth. If you wish to make an additional donation to Memphis Tilth, please visit our donor page.

Doors at 7 p.m. / Show begins at 8 p.m.
Online tickets $45 / At-the-door $60 (cash and card only)

What is Memphis Tilth?

A local nonprofit housing initiatives for land, food, people, and place. We cultivate collective action for an economically sustainable, socially equitable, and environmentally sound local food system.

Programs: GrowMemphis Community Gardens, Bring It Food Hub, Community Kitchen, Food Policy, Food and Faith Initiative, Food Access and Affordability, and Urban Farm programs.

Who is Citizen Cope?

“Rawness improbably balanced by a mixture of danger and delicacy,” says one Rolling Stone writer, “is what gives Citizen Cope his edge. As a singer, songwriter and producer, he stands alone an artist immune to corruption.”

Dug deep into the rich soil of American music, Cope’s roots are complex You may think of Bill Withers or Neil Young or John Lee Hooker or Van Morrison or Willie Nelson or Al Green. Yet, listening to Cope, you also may think of none of the above. You may not think at all, but rather feel a man exposing stories that haunt his heart. In the past nine years, he has produced four albums of depth and distinction, each a critical chapter in his search for a sound that paints an auditory American landscape in which despair wars with hope and hope, tied to love, is elusive. For more information, click here.