Part of Music City Mondays.
Mon, Dec 10, 7:30pm: Introduction, with trivia and giveaways, from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. BUY TICKETS
With their collective eye focused on retrieving a cache of hidden money, three convicts (George Clooney, John Turturro and Tim Blake Nelson) break out of jail in Depression-era Mississippi and embark on an epic journey that bears more than a few similarities to Homer's Odyssey. Along the way, they fast-talk their way out of jams, sidestep alluring riverside sirens, and record a hit country song as the Soggy Bottom Boys. Stacked to the gills with old-time musicians and roots artists including Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch, and the late Ralph Stanley (to name just a few), the O BROTHER soundtrack went platinum eight times over and threw down the gauntlet at the rigid Music Row establishment—and became a milestone in the development of the “Americana” genre as an alternative to commercial country radio.
Co-presented with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in support of their current exhibit “Ralph Stanley: Voice from on High” Note: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum members (with membership card) receive Belcourt member pricing for O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?