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Artist Tom 'Midtown is Memphis' Foster has been working with top Memphis musicians since the 1960s. When saxophonist Hope Clayburn isn't saving lives at the hospital formerly called the Med, she's rocking stages all over the world. #Memphis #Music #Funky #TomFoster

Click on the link for a sneak peek slideshow into Tom's new show 100 Years of Memphis Musical Femme Fatales, premiering Saturday, December 7th at the Attic on Overton Square.

Holly Whitfield from I Love Memphis features Peridot in the article "Lookin’ Good, Ladies: Four Newish Places to Shop In Memphis."

The premiere Memphis Music Moment: Presented by Tom 'Midtown is Memphis' Foster & Stramel PR & Social Media.

Memphis artist Tom Foster talks with Channel 3 anchors Marcova Reed & Alex Coleman about his art exhibit 'Vanishing Memphis.'

Tom has been sketching, painting and as it turns out, preserving iconic sites all over Memphis, that are vanishing before our eyes.

See Lisa Aldridge and other Memphis Musical Femme Fatales, tonight at The Attic on Overton Square.

Alberta Hunter was a blues and jazz pioneer. See her in Tom Foster's new show '100 Years of Memphis Music Femme Fatales' Saturday, December 7th at The Attic.

Tom came up with the slogan 'Midtown is Memphis', in the 1990s along with John Branston. Here is a promotional booklet of the campaign they worked on together.

100 Years of Memphis Music Femme Fatales |