Friends, Family, and Rox Stars —
Join us Tuesday, April 28th for an evening with Memphis Rox Founder Tom Shadyac at The Crosstown Arts Theatre! Tom will be accompanied by friends and performers MILCK and IN-Q with profits benefitting the gym's mission to create a safe and inclusive space for all.
MILCK is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter. A child of immigrants from China, she initially performed as an independent artist for several years, and rose to widespread attention after a video of a performance of her song Quiet at the 2017 Women's March went viral, and became embraced as an anthem for the movement. She was eventually signed to Atlantic Records, and released her debut EP This Is Not The End in 2018.
IN-Q, or IN-Question, is an American songwriter and National Poetry Slam champion from Los Angeles, California. Schmalholz describes his poetry as a reflection of his own experiences and life lessons. When he was 19, Q went to an open mic for poets called Da Poetry Lounge in Los Angeles, and started performing his raps a cappella. In 2017, he was named one of the top creatives on Oprah's SuperSoul 100 list.
"Spoken word has never been more relevant and important in American culture," Q says. "I don’t have all the answers, but I hope that my questions can help inspire you to find the answers within yourself."
There will be a meet and greet with IN-Q and MILCK prior to the show for our Rox Stars.