Area residents will celebrate the end of the school year at the Henderson Arts Commission's Arts in the Alley on Thursday, May 16. Beginning at 6 p.m., the May AitA will be in Henderson's Downtown Park on Main Street, utilizing the alleys beside it.
Molly Ramone, popular Nashville Celtic rock band with singer/songwriter Mark Harriman and Joe Khoury, will return to Henderson for the May event. Originally from Leiceister, England, Harriman came to America in 1995 when he signed to Gravelsauce Records. Since then he has established himself as an integral part of the Nashville music scene. Khoury plays lead guitar and mandolin and sings backing vocals. He is a prominent session player and music producer in Nashville.
This year's Arts in the Alley events will feature an after-party, beginning around 8 p.m. to offer an open-mic setting for bands to perform, individuals to read poetry, etc. In May, rock band Beyond Blame will perform then.