Tuesday, April 17 › 7-8 p.m.
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room
Melinda Mullins is the daughter of the Ozarks' own Johnny Mullins, a humble elementary school janitor and Grammy-nominated songwriter who penned hit songs recorded by artists like Porter Wagoner, Loretta Lynn, Emmylou Harris and Elvis Costello. Melinda is dedicated to getting her father's full body of work out of dusty old shoeboxes and bringing it to life. In 2013 she embarked on a legacy mission of sharing songs from the Johnny Mullins Collection, and recorded her first studio album in 2017. Join Melinda and multi-instrumentalist Bo Brown for an evening of stories and songs.
Adults and teens.
Registration: Not required.