10 Out & About Things to Do

Sheri Walker • Updated Jan 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM

1. Take the leap: Sally & George join Billy Cardine and Mary Lucey to form Lovers Leap, and will play Friday at 8 p.m. at The Willow Tree Coffeehouse and Music Room, 216 E. Main St., Johnson City. Shelby Means on bass, guitar, vocals; Mary Lucey, banjo, bass, vocals; Joel Timmons, guitar, drums, vocals; Billy Cardine, dobro, vocals. Tickets $10. (thewillowtreejc.com)

2. Ready to Charleston?: The Great Gatsby, a black tie event, will be held Friday from 8 p.m.-midnight at the Holiday Inn, 101 W. Springbrook Drive, Johnson City. Finger foods, raffles, cash bar; wear 1920s attire, pearls, top hats, canes, headbands; $45 couple, $27 single (423-512-1546, [email protected], www.legacynightlyfe.com)

3. Moderate music for all ages: Sleepy Owl Brewery, 151 E. Main St., Kingsport, will host Americana musician Ben Stalets on Friday, beginning at 7 p.m. On Saturday, check out rockers The Matt Walsh Band beginning at 8 p.m. Both shows are free. (www.sleepyowlbrewery.com, 423-723-9549)

4. Music with wings: James Meadows & The Country Mile Drifters will play Friday at 8 p.m. at Quaker Steak and Lube, 629 State St., Bristol, Va. Indie/folk band Hello October will play Saturday at 8 p.m. Round out the entertainment with an order of those famous chicken wings with 25-plus sauces. (276-644-9647, believeinbristol.org)

5. Gimme that Shimmy: Shimmy & The Burns, “part rock ’n’ roll, part country and part folk,” will play Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the Bloom Cafe and Listening Room, 606 State St., Bristol. Prog sextet Identikit will join them with jazz, swing and orchestral rock. Saturday at 8 p.m. is wife-husband duo, Sands & Hearn. (423-573-1602, believeinbristol.org)

6. Queen for a century (almost): The Paramount Center for the Arts, 518 State St., Bristol will host an East Tennessee PBS screening of Masterpiece Theatre’s seven-part series, “Victoria,” beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday. Queen Victoria’s reign of 63 years and seven months, known as the Victorian era, was longer than that of any of her predecessors. Doors open at 6. Free. (274-8920, www.paramountbristol.org)

7. Think Mancini pink!: The 1963 Peter Sellers classic, “The Pink Panther,” will be screened Saturday at the Capitol Theatre, 104 S. Main St., in downtown Greeneville. The comedy spawned the cartoon by the same name with famous theme song by Henry Mancini. Show runs 7-9 p.m., $5. (www.capitolgreeneville.org, 423-638-1300)

8. Happy Anniversary, Met!: Cinemark Tinseltown Theatres USA, 3004 Linden Drive, Bristol, Va. will screen “The Opera House: The Met’s 50 Years at Lincoln Center,” a documentary film with special guest American soprano Leontyne Price, Saturday at 12:55 p.m. Tickets are $11.50 regular, $10.50 seniors. Encore performances Wednesday, 12:55 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (276-669-2091)

9. All for one … ?: E.C. Frazier will bring his one-man show to Model City TapHouse, 324 E. Market St., Kingsport, on Saturday at 8 p.m. E.C.'s music ranges from Southern rock to country to oldies favorites. There's never a cover charge at the TapHouse. For information, visit www.modelcitytaphouse.com or call 423-765-0875.

10. Mayhem, not murder: Capone’s, 227 E. Main St., Johnson City will host Mayhem on Main Street with Dropshot, American Dropouts and Mass Driver on Saturday at 10 p.m. $5 for those over age 21, $7 under 21, show for ages 18-up. (928-2295, www.caponesjohnsoncity.com)

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