Hi-Tone reopens in its third location, to uncertain future

<strong>Hi-Tone Cafe owner Brian "Skinny" McCabe takes a moment to himself on Oct. 7, 2020, at his new location on Cleveland. McCabe has taken a long road to reopening the popular Midtown music venue and bar since the pandemic hit in March</strong>. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

Hi-Tone Cafe owner Brian "Skinny" McCabe takes a moment to himself on Oct. 7, 2020, at his new location on Cleveland. McCabe has taken a long road to reopening the popular Midtown music venue and bar since the pandemic hit in March. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

Chris Herrington
By , Daily Memphian Updated: October 12, 2020 10:03 AM CT | Published: October 12, 2020 4:00 AM CT

Hi-Tone stages have hosted innumerable local record-release shows and been at least a partial home for signature Memphis events.

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Hi-Tone Cafe Kang Rhee Brian “Skinny” McCabe Save Our Stages David Yancy National Independent Venue Association
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Chris Herrington

Chris Herrington covers the Memphis Grizzlies and writes about Memphis culture, food, and civic life. He lives in the Vollentine-Evergreen neighborhood of Midtown with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.


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